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Density of Propane

Density of Propane


Can you tell me the density of propane at 27 degrees Celsius?

RE: Density of Propane

Liquefied propane that is.

RE: Density of Propane

I saw that Littleinch. But I need to know what the density value is at 27 degrees Celsius. Wikipedia has it for 0 degrees Celsius.

RE: Density of Propane

No it gives you it at 25C if you scroll down the page. Then gives an expansion rate, but for 2C I don't think it matters very much. It's 493 kg / m3. The 0C figure was for gaseous propane.

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RE: Density of Propane

thanks. that helps.

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