LPG stands for Liquid Propane Gas. The composition may vary, but the major component is Propane. There will be a mixture of other hydrocarbons in the gas but Propylene is likely to be the next most abundant.
LPG contains petroleum gas.
It is 28.316 lts of LPG.
LPG is a gas but a liquid petroleum gas.
LPG does not have any smell that is gas.
LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) is the same regardless of its end use.
LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) is a mixture of predominantly alkane hydrocarbons, with either propane or butane usually present in greatest amount and both of these almost always present.
i have a raburn gas cooker can i convert it from town gas to lpg
LPG is nothing but a gas free from CO
because that's what it is?Liquefied Petroleum Gas = LPG
Yes. LPG - (liquified petroleum gas)
No, LPG fuel is not renewable. This is because LPG (Liquid Petroleum Gas) is recovered from the natural gas in oil wells, and since oil is not renewable neither is LPG.
LPG: Liquefied Petroleum Gas CNG: Compressed Natural Gas
Yes LPG in gas phase is heavier than Air.
LPG cars are liquid petroleum gas cars that can run on normal petrol or LPG
LPG is Liquified Petroeum Gas
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LPG (Liquid Petroleum Gas) does not have its own odor. A powerful odorant, ethanethiol, is added to LPG so that leaks can be detected easily.
our regular household gas is called LPG. it contain butane, propane, iso-butane.
Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) is prepared by refining petroleum or 'wet' natural gas.
LPG means "liquified petroleum gas," or propane. A Cat 953 LPG is a buldozer that runs on propane.
No, LPG is a natural gas recovered from oil wells
its depends on the temperature and the density which is never constant , but still one kg = 1.65 lt of lpg
1. The conversion of LPG to gas is a physical process. 2. Burning of a gas is a chemical process (oxidation).
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