with an octane mesurer
The octane number of gasoline describes the performance of gasoline. The octane number is also used to measure the performance of aviation fuel.
I think it might be 'octane number'
Actually, due to advances in modern science they are actually more accurate than the old $200,000.00 engines specially made to analyze (measure) octane.
absolutely....you can mix any octane with any other octane
"Octane" is the measure of a gasoline's resistance to igniting before you want it to, and all gasolines have an octane rating. A Honda Accord runs on unleaded regular...so how you use "octane" fuel on an Accord is to go to your favorite gas station, push the button for the least expensive gasoline they have, and fill your car with it.
There is no octane in gasoline... it is the equivalent of octane.
Regular unleaded fuel is 87 octane. High octane fuel is any fuel higher than regular. 89 and 91 octane being the most common the consumer can buy. High octane fuel is not needed in most cars and is a waste of money if your car does not need it. It provides no benefit whatsoever in a vehicle designed to run on Regular. Octane is only a measure of how well the fuel prevents pre-detonation in a high compression engine.
Octane rating or octane number is a standard measure of the anti-knock properties (i.e. the performance) of a motor or aviation fuel. The higher the octane number, the more compression the fuel can withstand before detonating. In broad terms, fuels with a higher octane rating are used in high-compression engines that generally have higher performance. Octane rating does not relate to the energy content of the fuel (see heating value). It is only a measure of the fuel's tendency to burn in a controlled manner, rather than exploding in an uncontrolled manner. Where the octane number is raised by blending in ethanol, energy content per volume is reduced.
NOS octane booster
It has no octane rating.