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Q: How many gallon of propane gas is in a hundred cubic feet?

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One US gallon of liquid propane is about 0.133 cubic feet.

1 cubic foot = 7.48 US gallons

1 gallon of liquid propane will expand to approx 270 gallons 270/7.48=approx 36 cu ft.

90 cubic feet equates to 673.24675 US gallons of liquid propane.

1.1 (1.0694) cubic feet.

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One US gallon of liquid propane is about 0.133 cubic feet.

3,366.23 cubic feet.

Approximately 0.134 cubic feet per gallon.

About 0.668 cubic feet.

AnswerOne Gallon of LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) will expand to 35.79 cubic feet of propane gas at 1 atmosphere of pressure.

It is approx 1,463,776 Imperial gallons.

500 gallon [US, liquid] = 66.8 cubic feet

1 cubic foot = 7.48 US gallons

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Just doing some research on conversion myself and found the following resource which was helpfulhttp://www.ct.gov/drs/cwp/view.asp?A=1511&Q=267170basicallyCOMPRESSED PROPANE (GASEOUS FORM) EQUIVALENCY INFORMATION: At 14.73 lbs. of pressure per square inch (psi) and 60 degrees Fahrenheit: * 1 cubic foot propane = 0.0278 gallons propane * 100 cubic feet propane = 2.78 gallons propane * 1 gallon propane = 35.97 cubic feet propane * 100 gallons propane = 3597 cubic feet propane Hope this helps

1 gallon of liquid propane will expand to approx 270 gallons 270/7.48=approx 36 cu ft.

There are no feet in two hundred cubic feet. That's like asking how many inches are in a gallon. Feet are a measure of length or distance. Cubic feet are a measure of volume. You can't measure volume in feet. And you can't measure distance in cubic feet.

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