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Properties of LPG

Liquefied Petroleum Gas, or LPG as it is better known as is a hydrocarbon. It contains propane, butane, propylene and butylene. Since it is an inflammable mixture of all these gases, it has to be stored carefully. The various properties of LPG are: It is a good mixture of gases, mainly constituting Propane and Butane. It has a simple structure in chemical terms. It is one of the cleanest of all alternative fuels. It is a liquid under normal pressure but at ambient conditions, it is found to be gaseous. LPG in vaporous form is two times heavier than air.

Properties of LPG: The boiling point of LPG normally ranges anywhere between -42 to 0 . The boiling point depends on what proportions are Butane and Propane present in the mixture...
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