Is methane heavier than air?
No, it is lighter than air about40%
Methane is lighter than air.
No. Methane is lighter than air and will rise if allowed.
Some are heavier, but some are lighter. For example, methane rises but propane sinks.
Methane gas settles down because methane gas is heavier than and is carried by the upward displacement of air. ---------------------------------------------- The density of methane is 0,717 g/L and the density of air is 1,2 g/L at 0 0C; consequently methane gas raise in the air.
It is slightly heavier than air.
No, water is heavier than air.
cold air is heavier than warm air
Yes methane is lighter than air because it is less dense than air.
No, methane is a very light gas and crude oil is certainly not
since water vapours are heavier than air , therefore wet air is heavier than dry air.
It weighs less than air. Density of air is 1.2 kg/m3, density of methane is 0.72 kg/m3 (at standard temperature and pressure). Natural gas is mostly methane but does contain small amounts of heavier hydrocarbons, ethane, propane, and butane, but the mean density is still less than that of air.
Yes, it is heavier than air.
Is natural gas heavier than air
yes carbon dioxide is heavier than air
Argon is 1.4 times heavier than air.
The bromine vapors are heavier than air.
"Heavier than air" refers to airplanes.
Gas is heavier than oxygen. Cold air is heavir than hot air
Yes,it is heavier than air.It sinks to bottom in air.
Nitrous Oxide is heavier than air.
Carbon Dioxide is heavier than the air.
they are heavier than air hence why they don't fly unless in motion.
Moist air is heavier than dry air, because of the water.
Xenon is more than 4.5 times heavier than air.
Airplanes, and helicopters are heavier than air flying machines. Almost All (99%) of flying machines are heavier than air.
Just, simply, Lighter than Air Vehicles are lighter than air, so that makes them fly, and Heavier than air vehicles are heavier than air, but they use airfoils on the wings to fly.
Flatulence contains a portion of methane gas, and the methane portion is lighter than air.
all solids and liquids are heavier that air
Yes, methane is lighter than air, and will rise.
cool air is heavier than war air.
Approximately 1.5x heavier than the air.
It is lighter than air.
Krypton, xenon and radon are all noble gasses that are many times heavier than "air"
Sulfur hexafluoride is the heaviest of the heavier than air gases. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sulfur_hexafluoride
LPG sinks to the floor as it is heavier than air.
One is lighter and the other one is heavier. :D
Exhaled air, which has a slightly higher amount of carbon dioxide, is heavier than inhaled air.
No, it is heavier than air and will sink to the floor.
Yes. air is heavier than helium.
Helium is infact, lighter than air.
Aircraft are either lighter than air or heavier than air. A blimp is lighter than air, so is a hot air balloon. An airplane is heavier than air. They are in different categories because they use different techniques to takeoff and land. They have different requirements to operate. They work in a different manner. And they have different rules.
yes, methane is lighter than air
Cooler air is more dense than warmer air, that means that for a unit of volume cooler air will be heavier.
No. Chlorine gas is not lighter than air. It is heavier than air.
No it is not, cause the chlorine in gas is actually condesed, therefore air is heavier
Yes CFC's are much heavier than air. If you filled a balloon with CFC's, it would drop, not float away.
Almost all solid elements are heavier than air. This is why these elements do not float under normal atmospheric situations.
Cool air is more dense than warmer air.
NO2 is denser than air
Radon is denser than air.