from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A liquid, such as liquid nitrogen, that boils at a temperature below about 110 K (-160°C) and is used to obtain very low temperatures; a refrigerant.
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- n. a cryogenic liquid (that boils below about -160°C) used as a refrigerant
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. That which produces cold; a freezing-mixture; an appliance or contrivance for reducing temperature below 0° C.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a liquid that boils at below -160 C and is used as a refrigerant
The solid hydrogen, called a cryogen, was expected to last about 10 months -- the mission launched in December 2009.
The "cryogen," a new apparatus constructed by Mr.E. Ducretet, from instructions given by Mr. Cailletet, is designed for effecting a fall of temperature of from 70° to 80° C. below zero, through the expansion of liquid carbonic acid.
Their idea would require using excess energy from a plant to run a unit producing liquid nitrogen and oxygen - or 'cryogen'.
It's still in orbit but its cryogen has run out so it can no longer measure spectra, but can still take images with precision that would rival a 30-meter telescope on Earth.
The temperature of production of the cryohydrate is identical with the lowest temperature which can be produced on employing a mixture of ice and the salt as a freezing mixture or cryogen.
I know you've obviously had a clear amount of capacity with the cryogen in different facilities there.
Ascend cryostat size also reduces cryogen consumption, making the new magnets even more economical to maintain.
I remember reading one time that cryogen companies seriously inject the bodies with anti-freeze. on 03/17/2010, -0/+4They both do the same overall thing.
The Linde CRYOLINE XF Spiral Freezer uses an advanced cross-flow technology which provides unparalleled spiral freezer cryogen efficiency and increases production capacity, while improving product quality.
The cryogen was projected to last as little as 2.5 years, but Spitzer's efficient design and careful operations enabled it to last more than 5.5 years.