Propane is more dense than air.
Actually it is heavier than air. And it will sink much like co2 does in air
Yes it must have, otherwise Helium would not be lighter than 'air' and propane would not be heavier than 'air'
Some are heavier, but some are lighter. For example, methane rises but propane sinks.
No, all gas and gas mixtures have a weight. (two example's are Helium is lighter than Air and Propane is heavier than Air)
which is heavier Propane and Butane are _______ than air:
A hot air balloon is inflated with air and then heated by a propane fueled burner. The balloon contains air andthe products of combustion of propane, namely carbon dioxide, which is heavier than air, and steam, which is much lighter than air.
The balloon contains air andthe products of combustion of propane, namely carbon dioxide, which is heavier than air, and steam, which is much lighter than air.
No, water is heavier than air.
It is slightly heavier than air.
cold air is heavier than warm air
Yes, it is heavier than air.
since water vapours are heavier than air , therefore wet air is heavier than dry air.
Is natural gas heavier than air
yes carbon dioxide is heavier than air
Yes solvents are heavier than air
"Heavier than air" refers to airplanes.
Argon is 1.4 times heavier than air.
LPG is the acronym for "liquid propane gas." I'm fairly confident that it's heavier than air, since it's moved about on gigantic tanker ships that don't drift off the sea. Also, "liquid" is a bit of a give-away in this regard. Propane gas is a hydrocarbon related to "natural" gas. Among other things, they have carbon atoms in common. Air is 80% nitrogen and about 20% oxygen (ignoring trace gasses). Carbon atoms are heavy for hydrogen to carry around. So propane is heavier than air even as a gas. As a gas it is 1.55 times the weight of air.
An airplane is a heavier than air flying craft
Nitrous Oxide is heavier than air.
Carbon Dioxide is heavier than the air.
Yes,it is heavier than air.It sinks to bottom in air.