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Use Table 31-3 to determine which fuel gas requires the largest amount of oxygen from the torch.

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The fuel gas requires the largest amount of oxygen form the torch from Table 313.

Explanation

Propane is liquefied petroleum gas. It is chemically written as C3H8. It is a colourless and odourless gas. It is produced from oil and gas refineries. It is stored in cold liquid during transportation. The propane is heavier than air. The propane torches are used in soldering, heating, and bending. Propane has relatively low-temperature, low-heat flame; hence, it is also used as preheating fuels for cutting. A mercaptan chemical is added to propane gas to identify in any leakage condition.

Refer to table 313, "Oxygen consumption for fuels (Neutral Flames)" to obtain the fuel gas which requires the largest amount of oxygen

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