Re: [new_distillers] Re: What is wrong with Gas/Propane
There is nothing wrong with Propane. It's like
anything else... It's the idiot using it! No matter
what source of BTUs caution needs to be taken. For my
circumstances it's the cheapest unless I get the piped
in Natural Gas going. It's easy to control. And when
utilities goes out I still have something I can do in
the dark. Yes, distill too!
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- And your definition is slightly decieving with the intonation that a
gas is like a vapour, since a vapour is in a state of equilibrium with
the liquid phase, and a gas is far beyond this equilibrium at
And further, smoke is a product of a chemical change (specifically
combustion), not a a physical change such as vapour or gas states.
Get a better dictionary.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Larry <larry@...> wrote:
> At 06:06 PM 11/17/2007, you wrote:
> >just a breif note on nomenclature here: Fumes are vapourized metal.
> >We are talking about ethanolic vapour here, not fumes.
> No, we're talking about alcohol fumes here.
> I don't know what dictionary you're using, but MINE says that fumes
> Specifically, fume N. 1. Vapor, gas, or smoke, especially if
> harmful, or strong. 2. A strong, acrid odor. 3. Gaseous state of an
> element or chemical compound.