Why do they turn natural gas into a liquid?
It really depends on if it is a science demo or example, or in a business that you are cooling the gas. There may be very logical reasons why they, in which i don't know who you are prefering to, turn natural gas into liquid.
It costs money to turn natural gas into a liquid. It would cost a whole lot more money to insulate the pipe line to keep natural gas a liquid along the length of the pipeline. Thus, it is not sent as a liquid due to cost considerations. If some one can figure out a way to create inexpensive strong insulated pipe, it will be sent as a liquid.
To turn a liquid into a solid you have to freeze it. To turn a gas into a solid you must first turn it into a liquid, then freeze it.
matter can be changed from a solid to a liquid and then to a gas because a solid can melt and turn into liquid and then the liquid can evaporate and turn into a gas
Natural gas in its normal form is a gas. When natural gas is cooled to a temperature of -162 degrees C, it is compressed into a liquid is is 1/600th its original size. Liquefied natural gas is much easier to transport then compressed natural gas.
Liquid turns into gas when the liquid is boiled. Then it evaporates into gas.
Yes. Think about water vapor. It is a gas. It can turn into a liquid form, water, and it doesn't have to. It can turn into a solid. Like an ice cube.
A solid has to turn into a liquid first, the into gas. (when a liquid turns into gas it's called evaporation)
Natural gas can be made liquid by lowering the temperature to -162 degrees Celcius.
No. Natural gas is a gas, while gasoline is a liquid.
Natural gas is a fossil fuel. Other fossil fuels do not "turn into" natural gas.
water vapor (gas state) can turn into water (liquid state) when cooled.
NGL is a reservoir portion of natural gas that is stripped out as a liquid at the surface by special processing facilities.
Its a liquid that's in gas form there's your answer I hope I helped you
When you compress a gas it will turn into a liquid until the presser is taken off the compressed liquid and then it will turn back into a gas
Condensation. A gas condenses into a liquid.
yes it can if it is over heated it will turn into a liquid then if it's in the sun it will turn into a gas
gas is its natural stste
Natural gas can be in either a gos or liquid form. To create a liquified natural gas, the natural gas needs to be filtered and cooled to -162 degrees C. This compresses the gas to 1/600th its original size. This makes it much easier to transport.
when the temperature crosses the boiling point of that liquid then the liquid changes it form from liquid to gas.
If any liquid gets hot enough, it will turn into gas. The point that it turns into gas varies for each substance.
Solids do not turn directly into a gas unless it is dry ice. First it becomes a liquid then when the liquid is heated, it becomes a gas.
Changing a liquid to gas is called evaporation.
NGL is not liquefied natural gas, which is condensed natural gas that is compact and therefore convenient for overseas shipping.
Yes, it depends what boiling point u have it on. Liquid can turn into any state of matter (solid, liquid or gas) liquid can turn into gas when it has reached its boiling point. Liquid can turn into a solid by u putting it in a ice cube box and put water in the and freeze it.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I'll give you a list: Solid: It will eventually turn into a liquid Liquid: It was eventually turn into a gas. Gas: Nothing usually happens when gas is heated. Depending on whether the gas is air, or is flammable.
Far more gas can be transported when it is in liquid form, approx. 600 litres of natural gas can be transported as just 1 litre of liquid, it is therefore far more economical and practical to transport the gas as a liquid.
no it's a gas, compressed to around 1% of normal volume. If it was compressed to the liquid state, you'd call it liquified natural gas (LNG).
Cool the gas or condense the gas
Yes. The process of turning gas to liquid is called condensation. ============== Two factors affect the state of a gas -- pressure and temperature. In most cases, increasing pressure and/or reducing the gas temperature will cause a gas to turn into a liquid.
No, natural gas is a gas, mostly methane, CH4. Gasoline is a liquid fuel.
It usually happens when the liquid is heated. Then it is evaporated and turns into gas.
"At room temperature" xenon is a gas. However, at other temperatures, its 'natural state' will be liquid or solid.
Natural gas IS a gas, so there is no way it can turn "back" into a gas. Traditional combustion reactions result in CO2 and H2O, and the combustion of natural gas would be no different.
Natural gas (out of the ground) that has been compressed until it forms a liquid.
by adding thermal energy to the liquid which causes the liquid to boil and turn to steam
Gas turns into the liquid form of whatever substance the gas is. Water vapor gas turns into water liquid. Nitrogen gas turns into liquid nitrogen. . . . and so forth.
yes it is
Under pressure it is a liquid.
Solid.. but it can turn into a gas or liquid, if u melt it, its liquid, if u boil it, its gas.
There are two ways this can happen. Ice can turn into gas directly, or change into a liquid first, then turn into a gas.
97 cubic feet of natural gas will make 1 liquid gallon.
solid- if you add heat its particales make it a liquid or a gas liquid-if you add heat it will turn into a gas gas- if you add heat it stays a gas solid- if you add coldness it stays a solid liquid- if you add coldness it will turn into a solid gas-if you add coldness it will turn into a liquid-moisture-water droplets- condensation
Liquid Fuel and Natural Gas
No, a substance changes from gas to liquid to solid as it cools.
Yes, evaporation turns water from liquid to gas.
If you compress natural gas to it's liquid form, the VOLUME is reduced SIGNIFICANTLY.....this allows for less expensive moving and storage. It is simply a matter of economics.
Fuel that is not a liquid or solid can be a gas. Many road vehicles use natural gas or propane but I have not heard of an aircraft that does. Fuel that is not a liquid nor a solid is probably gaseous - like the natural gas we use for our cars.
when the liquid is at the highest temperature it can withstand
the pros for natural gas are that it produces large amounts of energy and it can be compressed into a liquid
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