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Leaded regular gasoline The term 'Leaded regular gasoline' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' Gasoline having an antiknock index (R+M/2) greater than or equal to 87 and less than or equal to 90 and containing more than 0.05 grams of lead or 0.005 grams of phosphorus per gallon'.
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