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The Liquid helium is at around -450 F, while the liquid nitrogen is at around -320 F. They are both inert, so mixing them will not cause any form of chemical reaction. The temperatures will equilibrate, with the helium warming up because of the nitrogen, and the nitrogen cooling down because of the helium. What you will get will be a mix of liquid Helium and liquid nitrogen, with vaporized helium in the vapor space.

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You get a physical mixture of helium and neon. Neither of them combines

chemically with anything else.

elements combine because of how many valence electrons and neon combines

with 2 electrons on each end (north south east and west hypothetically speaking)

and no other element ( besides elements in its row which cant combine with each

other because of chemical makeup) combine this way

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The plastic or even rubber gets way below its Glass Transition Temperature so that the flexibility is lost and plasticity and elasticity. The material literally becomes like Glass and hitting the plastic will cause it to smash into pieces just like glass.

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The two gases don't react and are completely miscible.

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Nothing. You would just have a larger sample of helium.

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the liquid nitrogen evaporates

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nitrogen trichloride

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one gets dry ice

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