Liquid Nitrogen

Under normal conditions, liquid nitrogen is a colourless, odourless gas that is slightly soluble in water. In liquid state (boiling temperature -195.8 °C), it is a colourless, mobile liquid, like water. Upon contact with air, it absorbs oxygen. At the temperature -209.86 °C, nitrogen passes into a solid state in the form of snowy mass or large white crystals. Upon contact with air, it absorbs oxygen and melts, forming a solution of oxygen and nitrogen.

Liquid nitrogen is a unique product used in many industries such as:

  • Cosmetology (for cosmetic effect on skin)
  • Donor centres (for preserving biological material)
  • Cryotherapy in cryosaunas
  • Cooling parts before installing in “negative allowance”
  • Pharmacology in the production of medicine
  • Cooling magnets in nuclear magnetic resonance (with liquid helium)
  • Food industry (for cooling products and producing ice cream from natural juice)
  • Entertainment (for special effects)



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