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# What is the pressure of liquid nitrogen at 80 degrees F?

Updated: 8/10/2023

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Commonly liquid nitrogen is stored below 100 psi. It can be stored at 0 psi. All liquid nitrogen tanks are insulated to stop heat from boiling off the liquid.

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### What is the composition of the liquid?

The composition of liquid air is: 80 % nitrogen, 19 % oxygen 0,9 % argon, 0,1 % minor gases.

### Is N a liquid at room temperature?

No, N, or Nitrogen is a gas at room temperature, it makes up (as the diatomic molecule N2), 80% of the air you breath. Nitrogen forms a liquid at &minus;195.8 &deg;C.

### Is chloroform a solid gas or liquid at -80 degrees Celsius?

At -63.5 degrees C chloroform becomes a solid and at 61.2 degrees C it becomes a gas. Therefore, at 80 degrees C, chloroform is a gas.

### Does carbon gas change from a liquid to a solid at 80 degrees celsius?

Are you sure you mean carbon? Carbon melts (turns to liquid) at 3550 degrees C, and boils at 3825 degrees C.

### What is a liquid that can dissolve sugar is not flammable and has a boiling point of 94 degrees C?

Water has a boiling point of 367 K ( = 94oC) at 81.4 kPa (80% of Standard Sea level Pressure)

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### How can I freeze specimens to -80 degrees Celsius?

Use a -80 freezer. If you want it colder, use liquid nitrogen.

### What will be temperature of nitrogen when its pressure is 29-43 psi?

Over that modest range of pressures, Nitrogen gas could have a temperature of anything above approximately 80 degrees Kelvin (minus 193 degrees Celcius).

### Is nitrogen safe to touch?

You are touching nitrogen right now- almost 80% of the air touching you is nitrogen gas. Quite safe. LIQUID nitrogen is another matter- it is an extremely cold liquid that will freeze your skin on contact.

### What is the temperature at which a gas turns to a liquid?

Depend on what gas it is and at what pressure. Water turn to liquid at 100 C and 1 ATM and condense at 80 C if pressure is 0.5 ATM. Oxygen in air will condense to liquid at -183 C and Nitrogen at -196 C and 1 ATM.

### What is the composition of the liquid?

The composition of liquid air is: 80 % nitrogen, 19 % oxygen 0,9 % argon, 0,1 % minor gases.

### Can liquid nitrogen freeze the wind?

No. The wind is composed of a small amount of water vapor and about 20% oxygen and about 80% nitrogen. The water vapor may freeze but the oxygen and the nitrogen cannot freeze at the temperature of liquid nitrogen. Oxygen has a much lower freezing point than liquid nitrogen and if the nitrogen were to be frozen, liquid nitrogen is not cold enough to freeze it...sort of like trying to make ice using cold water.

### What is the composition of liquid air?

The composition of liquid air is: 80 % nitrogen, 19 % oxygen 0,9 % argon, 0,1 % minor gases.

### Is chloroform a solid gas or liquid at -80 degrees Celsius?

At -63.5 degrees C chloroform becomes a solid and at 61.2 degrees C it becomes a gas. Therefore, at 80 degrees C, chloroform is a gas.

### Is N a liquid at room temperature?

No, N, or Nitrogen is a gas at room temperature, it makes up (as the diatomic molecule N2), 80% of the air you breath. Nitrogen forms a liquid at &minus;195.8 &deg;C.

### How can you make water boil at 80 degrees celsius?

Reduce the pressure on it.

### Does carbon gas change from a liquid to a solid at 80 degrees celsius?

Are you sure you mean carbon? Carbon melts (turns to liquid) at 3550 degrees C, and boils at 3825 degrees C.

### Which has more heat one liter of liquid at 80 degrees Celsius or a ten liter container at 80 degrees Celsius?

i think a ten liter container at 800 degrees Celsius has more heat