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Cryogen and Dry Ice

Cryogen and Dry Ice

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Introduction: Cryogens are substances used to produce very low temperatures (below -243°F) such as liquid nitrogen which has a boiling point of -321°F. Although not a cryogen, solid carbon dioxide or dry ice converts directly to carbon dioxide gas at -109°F is also often used in laboratories. Cryogens, as well as dry ice, can be hazardous if not handled properly.


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Category: Lab Safety

Language: English

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