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Liquefied Petroleum - LP - gas properties.
Liquefied petroleum gas, also called LPG, GPL, LP or autogas, is a flammable mixture of hydrocarbon gases.
LPG - Gas Properties
|Btu per cu. ft. (60oF) ||3280 ||2516 |
|Btu per lb. ||21221 ||21591 |
|Btu per gal. ||102032 ||91547 |
|Cu. ft. per lb. ||6.506 ||8.58 |
|Cu. ft. per gal. ||31.26 ||36.69 |
|Lb. per. gal. ||4.81 ||4.24 |
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