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Propane (C3H8) is a colorless and noncorrosive gas. It is highly flammable and at low concentration it forms an explosive mixture with air. Its main uses are as a feedstock in the production of ethylene, and as a solvent, refrigerant and aerosol propellant. Propane is the major constituent of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and as such it is increasingly stored in liquefied form at low temperatures in specially adapted natural underground caverns.

Molecular weight: 44.096 Critical temperature: 369.9K
Melting point: 85.47K Critical pressure: 4.301MPa
Normal boiling point:231.185 KCritical density: 220 kg/m3
Normal vapor density:2.01 kg/m3(@ 273.15K; 1.0135MPa)

Table 1. Propane: Values of thermophysical properties of the saturated liquid and vapor

Note. The values of thermodynamic properties have been obtained from reference Buhner et al. (1981), the values of transport properties have been obtained from reference Younglove and Ely (1987), while the values of the surface tension have been obtained from reference Beaton and Hewitt (1989).

REFERENCES

Buhner, K., Maurer, G., and Bender, E. (1981) Cryogenics, 21, 157.

Younglove, B. A. and Ely, J. F. (1987) J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data, 16, 577.

Beaton, C. F. and Hewitt, G. F. (1989) Physical Property Data for the Design Engineer, Hemisphere Publishing Corporation, New York.

Les références

  1. Buhner, K., Maurer, G., and Bender, E. (1981) Cryogenics, 21, 157.
  2. Younglove, B. A. and Ely, J. F. (1987) J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data, 16, 577.
  3. Beaton, C. F. and Hewitt, G. F. (1989) Physical Property Data for the Design Engineer, Hemisphere Publishing Corporation, New York.
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