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Most major rockets rely on engines that run on cold liquid propellants, like cryogenic oxygen and hydrogen.
Crime is utterly unheard of, so when a violent criminal named Simon Phoenix (Wesley Snipes) escapes after being brought out of cryogenic stasis, the authorities have no idea what to do.
SpaceX has significantly upgraded its COPVs since then, and any bottles put into a Tesla won’t be surrounded by cryogenic oxygen.
Each tower will contain six crystals slotted into their own units, and the four towers will be placed in a cryogenic container called the SNOBOX to cool the experiment to near absolute zero.
The incident March 3-4, in which rising temperatures in a cryogenic freezer rendered 4,000 frozen eggs and embryos nonviable, has raised many questions about life, death and technology.
There’s time to take in details: the gleam of the boosters, painted white to keep the cryogenic gas inside cool; the rippling orange taper of the 5,500-degree-F exhaust.
Fertility Unlimited's cryogenic unit can hold up to 1,000 embryos.
In addition to the usual hazards of driving a tanker on the road, these drivers have to handle cryogenic nitrogen and others gases that have the potential to freeze off fingers or be accidentally inhaled.
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medical Definition of cryogenic
- cryogenic surgery
- cryogenic arterial thrombolysis
cryogenicallyplay \-i-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
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