Liquefied petroleum gas (lpg)
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A light hydrocarbon composed mainly of propane and butane, occurring naturally in crude or from refining processes such as crude distillation, catalytic reforming or hydrocracking. Gaseous at atmospheric pressure and temperature, LPGs are liquefied by...
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