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A lighter is a portable device used to create a flame, and to ignite a variety of combustible ... The first lighters were converted flintlock pistols that used gunpowder. ... Butane lighters have a ...

Why is butane a liquid in lighters? - Quora

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Butane is a liquid in lighters because it is under pressure. ... All are used as fuel in combustion, for heat generation, but there are also many other applications for  ...

Butane - Drug and Alcohol Office

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The WA Taskforce on Butane Misuse: Report and Recommendations (PDF 360KB) ... It is typically used as fuel for cigarette lighters and portable stoves, ...

Butane vs Methane - Difference and Comparison | Diffen

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Uses, Butane is used in refrigeration, cigarette lighters, heating as LPG or liquefied petroleum gas. Methane is an energy source used for heating purposes.

Butane vs Propane: Which One to Choose - EnkiVillage

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Butane and propane are both types of gases which are used for industrial and ... It is used as a fuel in stoves, cigarette lighters and even in aerosol sprays as a ...

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Oct 29, 2010 ... Seems to give a larger flame I do not know if it will harm a butane . ... TRUE, but this video refers to GAS fuel for lighters, not the liquid fuel used ...

Is it dangerous to use propane in butane lighter? - CandlePowerForums

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The lighter doesn't leak at all and I have seen the blue torch like flame from butane lighters and my new lighter running on propane isn't like ...

Butane Is Common Fuel Used In Cigarette Lighters ... | Chegg.com

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Butane is common fuel used in cigarette lighters and camping stoves. Normally supplied in metal contrainers under pressure, the fuel exists as a mixture of liquid  ...

History of Lighters - Toledo-Bend.Com

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This is the first truly portable, easily used, readily available source of "instant fire". .... The early butane lighters all used A Brief History of Cigarette Lighters ...

Why not just use lighter fuels? Are they not pure butane?

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This has to be removed so it does not clog up the lighters. ... FDA approves consumption of food products if butane was used to make them. They may not boast ...

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What properties of butane make it a good lighter for torching? - Quora

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Sep 9, 2014 ... Lighters. The primary property is vapor pressure. I don't know what the ... That means that a container of liquid butane is constantly under ...

Why butane in lighters instead of hexane or propane - Answers.com

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The longer the hydrocarbon the greater the potential energy. You would have too hot a flame if ... Older lighters used to use lighter fluid (closer to hexane) to provide the flame. A spark would ignite the cloud of hydrocarbon gas at the end of the ...

Butane - CreationWiki, the encyclopedia of creation science

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Butane is a flammable hydrocarbon with the molecular formula C4H10. It is a ... gas perhaps best known for its use as a fuel for refillable and disposable lighters. ... Butane is used in this item for its high flammability and its low cost to produce.