No, propane burns at 2500btu while natural gas burns at only 1012btu. Propane burns over 2 times hotter than natural gas.
because propane is an even burning gas and is easier to make more or less concentrated
no its not
That is going to be up to personal preference. Propane tends to have a hotter flame than natural gas. Propane requires tanks, while natural gas can be piped in from your home service. I prefer natural gas, as grilling slow gives me better results than fast.
Propane is NOT cheaper than natural gas
Propane freezes at a lower temprature than butane. Propane also burns hotter than butane.
no ones going to answer To convert natural gas appliances to propane you have to change the orfices. Propane orfices are smaller or have smaller openings than natural gas orfices.
Propane is the common name---I have never heard of it called anything else. Natural gas contains propane, but there is typically more methane and ethane in natural gas than there is propane.
You will get way too big a flame [think flamethrower]. Also a very inefficient burn. Nat gas uses a larger orifice jet than propane...to safely use propane the orifice must be replaced with a smaller one suitable for propane.
no it doesn't
Cleaner and hotter burn
No. If a piece of apple pie were hotter than the sun, it would burn up.