Physical Properties of Propane Gas?

Answer Propane, derived from crude oil or raw natural gas, is a gas many people are familiar with because it is used in gas grills. Propane is also used in torches, portable stoves and residential heating... Read More »

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What Properties Does the Propane Molecule Have?

Propane is one of the simplest alkanes, organic compounds that lack double or triple bonds between carbons. Its molecular formula is C3H8, which means it has three carbon atoms and eight hydrogen a... Read More »

Physical Properties of Urea?

Urea is a mineral that is only stable in an arid environment. It is named after the Greek word "oura" meaning urine and that's exactly what it is. Although it is not hazardous, use precautions as n... Read More »

Benzene Physical Properties?

Benzene, a compound central to the modern understanding of organic chemistry, has a unique and distinctive chemical structure consisting of six carbon atoms bonded in an aromatic ring, each bonded ... Read More »

The Physical Properties of Emeralds?

Emeralds are a variety of the mineral beryl and are varying shades of green, due to traces of chromium and sometimes vanadium. Beryl (and thus, emeralds) has a hardness of 7.5 to 8 on the 1 to 10 M... Read More »