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  • noun Plural form of cryogen.

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Examples

  • We can build space tugs, orbiting platforms for holding cryogens and water.

    Bill Stone explores the world's deepest caves

  • We can build space tugs, orbiting platforms for holding cryogens and water.

    Bill Stone explores the world's deepest caves

  • We can build space tugs, orbiting platforms for holding cryogens and water.

    Bill Stone explores the world's deepest caves

  • Now both liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen are cryogenic ultra-cold fluids, and no zero-gravity transfer of cryogens from one tank to another has ever been done.

    The Case for Mars

  • Now both liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen are cryogenic ultra-cold fluids, and no zero-gravity transfer of cryogens from one tank to another has ever been done.

    The Case for Mars

  • This is achieved by making use of the Stark manifold resonance in a crystalline host, and demonstrates the lowest temperature achieved to date without the use of cryogens or mechanical refrigeration.

    Naturejobs - All Jobs

  • With rising helium prices squeezing budgets, the panel urges the US to expand programmes that directly supply government agencies and research projects with helium from the reserve, and to reduce helium consumption by recovering evaporating cryogens, for example.

    New Scientist - Online News

  • It also takes up a significant amount of hospital space, he added, because the devices and their associated sensors need to be cooled down with large refrigerators that maintain almost absolute-zero temperatures using expensive cryogens.

    The Engineer - News

  • It should complete 1.5 sweeps of the sky before its cryogens run out around October.

    Scientific American

  • It also takes up a significant amount of hospital space, he added, because the devices and their associated sensors need to be cooled down with large refrigerators that maintain almost absolute-zero temperatures using expensive cryogens.

    The Engineer - News

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