Nitrogen in its liquid state is a cryogenic gas aka cryogen.
gas- nitrogen when it touches something ist turns in to ice -solid and sorry that is all i can think of :/
Nitrogen is a gas at room temperature. It makes up almost 80% of the air we breathe.
Nonmetal. Nitrogen is a gas.
Nitrogen can freeze anything and i think it is a frozen gas.
Dry Hydrogen and dry nitrogen gas in the Haber process
i think it is nitrogen!
its as dry as bones
Yes, portable dry chemical fire extinguishers are pressurized by means of nitrogen (expellant gas used to discharge the extinguishing agent from its container). Carbon dioxide can also be used as expellant gas. Usually carbon dioxide is used for temperatures ranges of 0oC to +49oC, and nitrogen for extreme temperature ranges of -54oC to +99oC.
Nitrogen is not used in lamps.
Dry air is just over 78% nitrogen gas.
the nitrogen gas is used for nitrogen fixation
No, nitrogen is the most abundant gas in atmosphere.
Nitrogen is a dry, inert gas used to inflate airplane tires, off-road truck tires, military vehicle tires, and race car tires for improved performance, more tire mileage and better fuel economy.
in the plumbing world nitrogen is used for purging the air, O2, out of medical gas lines or refrigeration lines for air conditioners. nitrogen is used because it does not burn like O2 thus leaving the inside of the pipe clean.