Propane has the chemical formula C3H8.
Butane has the chemical formula C4H10.
Butane has higher melting and boiling points.
LPG stands for Liquified Propane Gas. So the difference chemically is that one of them is butane (4 carbons) and the other is propane (3 carbons).
Though both are colorless, flammable gases, propane is chiefly found in petroleum and natural gas. Butane is mostly used to manufacture rubber as fuel.
is there a weight difference in propane verses butain
because of difference in structure propane (C3H8) has bigger molar mass then butane (C4H10) the molecules of butane are heavier and the forces between them are stronger as in propane, because of this more energy is needed to transfer liquid butane to gas
30% propane and 70 butane in lpg
Yes, propane will burn as same as butane.
Propane...butane freezes too easily
LPG is a mixture of propane and butane. Propane is the more volatile. Propane is C3H8 and butane is C4H10
The spec's should be the same Propane is sold as HD-5 95% propane and 5% butane or some other lighter gasses. Sometimes commercial propane is sold as an of spec product that doesn't meet the HD-5 requirement.
Propane, butane and its blends belong to the third family.
Propane freezes at a lower temprature than butane. Propane also burns hotter than butane.
A BIC lighter can be filled with Butane or Propane. I do however also think that it can be filled with Ethane and Methane. Common lightergas is Propane and Butane. Regards.
there is no difference. zippo lighter fluid IS either butane or 100% naptha.
It is either n-butane or methyl propane (i.e. 'iso-butane' )
propane or butane,
basically there is no difference between the two isomers of butane .actually isomers are similar compounds with different possible skeletal structures ;for example ,butane is a hydrocarbon with 4 carbon atoms ,so its possible isomers are- n-butane and iso-butane.
Propane and butane are two very similar gases, both used widely for fuel, especially for heating fuel.Butane, while not as commonly used as propane, is nonetheless a very popular heating fuel.Butane is also used in things like camp stoves, and is also seen in many cigarette lighters, and as a propellant in some aerosols.It is represented in the NFPA-704 system in the same way as propane, and like propane is also classified as highly flammable (F+).Butane is, generally speaking, a cheaper fuel than propane; although since it is less common it is not always possible to easily find devices fitted to work with butane. On a per-volume basis, butane is a more efficient fuel than propane, by around 12%. This means that a similar amount of butane and propane will yield more energy for the butane.
iso propane and iso butane
methane ethane propane butane
Do you mean propane? If not then a butane what eg. lighter or tank.
Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) contains either mostly propane, mostly butane, or a combination that is mostly propane and butane in an approximately 3-to-2 mixture. Propane is an alkane, C3H8. Butane is also an alkane, C4H10. A link can be found below.
65% propane and 35% butane
Examples: methane, ethane, propane, butane.
No, not very suitable.