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A high octane fuel called E10M15 is obtained from low octane gasoline:

1) The E10M15 is a MTBE-Methanol-Gasoline blend that contains methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE), methanol and gasoline.

2) A sample of E10M15 could be prepared by adding 100 ml MTBE and 150 ml methanol to 750 ml Gasoline to get one liter of The E10M15 is a MTBE-Methanol-Gasoline blend

3) The MTBE-Methanol-Gasoline blend (E10M15) consists of 10% MTBE and 15% methanol on volume basis.