[krahy-uh-juh n, -jen]
- a substance for producing low temperatures; freezing mixture.
Origin of cryogen
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- a substance used to produce low temperatures; a freezing mixture
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- A liquid, such as liquid nitrogen, that boils at a temperature below about 110 Kelvin (-160°C) and is used to obtain very low temperatures; a refrigerant.
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