Asked in Elements and Compounds
Can you make solid oxygen?
August 25, 2008 5:39AM
Yes, but it requires cryogenic conditions. The melting point of oxygen is 54.36K (-218.79 °C, -361.82 °F) compared to liquid nitrogen which boils at 77.36K (-195.79 °C, -320.42 °F). However, it is still much easier to make than liquid helium, which boils at only 4.22K.