What Is the Difference between LP Gas and Propane?

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LP gas is made of a liquified mixture of propane gas and butane while propane is a pure form of a 3-carbon alkane. LP gas is used as fuel for automotive engines.
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Per the U.S. Department of Energy, natural gas is mostly methane. It contains other gases like propane, nitrogen, carbon dioxide and water vapor. It is processed before retail use
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They both burn almost the same but the big difference is that natural gas is delivered through you home's gas system while LP (propane) comes in a refillable tank. LP takes more work
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