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Answered: Nitrogen

Not technically. Liquid Nitrogen is a cryogenic fluid. It can be used as a contact coolant or open cycle refrigerant. Nitrogen is a chemical element and a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas. Dry Nitrogen is an inert gas used most commonly in pressure testing or holding charge.

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Doctor complaint

Telgraph,telephone,or tell a woman.

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What is dry nitrogen?

It means 100% gaseous nitrogen--no liquid nitrogen in it.

What is the difference between liquid Nitrogen and ...

Hi, The difference is just the same as water and dry steam (of water). Under the melting point the Nitrogen becomes liquid (can't remember now the exact temperature but it is some 15 degrees Kelvin [-258 c] or so). Above the boiling point Nitrogen will become gas.... and frequently it is dried ...