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Safety - Safe handling of cryogenic liquids
2014|Air Products|Technical notes
Safetygram 16Safe handling of cryogenic liquidsA cryogenic liquid is defined as a liquid with a normal boiling point below –130°F (–90°C). The most commonly usedindustrial gases that are transported, handled, and stored in the liquid state at cryogenic temperatures are...
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Safety - Liquid nitrogen
2019|Air Products|Technical notes
Safetygram 7Liquid nitrogenLiquid nitrogen is inert, colorless, odorless, noncorrosive, nonflammable, and extremely cold. Nitrogen makes up the majorportion of the atmosphere (78.03% by volume, 75.5% by weight). Nitrogen is inert and will not support combustion;however, it is not life supporting.Nitrogen...
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Safety - Liquid argon
2015|Air Products|Technical notes
Safetygram 8Liquid argonLiquid argon is tasteless, colorless, odorless, noncorrosive, nonflammable, and extremely cold. Belonging to the familyof rare gases, argon is the most plentiful, making up approximately 1% of the earth’s atmosphere. It is monatomic andextremely inert, forming no known...
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