233:1 (or about 31.1 SCFT for every gallon of liquid Butane)
The expansion ratio of liquid propane (LPG) to gas is 1:270
Generally it is 700:1
Depends on how much it's compressed.
270 to 1
Propane and LNG, liquid natural gas are two of the most common. Hydrogen and oxygen used by NASA is also stored as pressurized liquid.
AnswerOne Gallon of LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) will expand to 35.79 cubic feet of propane gas at 1 atmosphere of pressure.
Thermal expansion will occur in just about all of the 15 or more phases of matter: whether it be solid, liquid, gas, etc.
Gases expand or contract when heated or cooled. The main part of the thermometer has a 'large' bulb containing a gas connected by a hose to a tube filled with liquid. The expansion or contraction of the gas causes the liquid level to move this indicates the temperature.
At ordinary atmospheric pressures propane is in the gas phase at 0C.
Ok. there's a fixed ratio for Nitrogen as it expands from liquid to gas. From liquid, it expands 696 times from its boiling point at atmospheric pressure.
gas and liquid
23.6 gallons. That's the volume of 100 lbs of propane, however, they only fill to about 80% (to allow room for expansion with temperature; otherwise you'd blow out liquid propane!).
High expansion foam that is 500 to 1 expansion ratio
Liquefied propane is propane gas compressed to form liquid. Generally one of the component of LPG gas.
Propane is a gas a room temperature if it is not compressed. However, if it put in a canister under high enough pressure, it will be a liquid even at room temperature. Propane is a liquid below -44 degrees F or if its compressed. Grill bottles are only fillid 80% full with liquid. so you can use the propane gas on the top of the bottle.
The majority use liquid propane, and some are hooked into the home's natural gas line.Natural, Propane, Charcoal fuel.
Propane burning is a chemical change. The propane reacts with oxygen. New compounds are the result of the process.Let me add a little more information to this. Propane stored in the tank is in liquid form under pressure (actually an equilibrium of propane gas in the top of the tank, and liquid propane in the bottom). When you open the valve, the gas escapes into the hose and goes to the burners.As the gas escapes, some of the liquid propane evaporates into gas form.The change from liquid to gas is a physical change.
LP, Liquid propane, Propane. All the same thing.
.10 liters. You can fit 28.32 liters of liquid into a cubic foot. However liquid propane has an expansion ration of 1:270. 28.32 liters divided by 270 = 1 cubic foot of gas/ .104888888