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Cryogenics is the study and use of materials at ultra low temperatures (less than -150°C), and includes chemicals which are normally gases at room temperature. In many FSU labs, cryogenic use involves small amounts of material (a few liters of liquid nitrogen or a few pounds of dry ice). Some laboratories use liquid oxygen, hydrogen or helium whether in small quantities or in bulk.


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