Density of air is 1.225 g/cm3 Density of propane is 2.01 g/cm3 So air is lighter than propane.
No. air is lighter Density of air is 1.225 g/cm3, density of propane is 2.01 g/cm3.
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)
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.
Propane is more dense than air.
It is lighter than air.
regular (silica) aerogel is not lighter than air but SEAgel is a form of aerogel that is lighter than air
Methane is lighter than air.
No. Chlorine gas is not lighter than air. It is heavier than air.
Helium is lighter than air, the density is lower.
100% of hydrogen is lighter than air
No Argon is not lighter than air. Argon is 25% more dense than air.
blimp or hot air balloons are lighter than air crafts
Hot air, hydrogen or helium are lighter than cold air.
yes, methane is lighter than air
Yes methane is lighter than air because it is less dense than air.
Hydrogen and Helium are both lighter than air.
Radon is denser 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.
"Lighter than air." Think about it for a second.
Natural gas is lighter than air and rises.
HYDROGN IS 14 TIMES LIGHTER THAN AIR.