cryogenic temperature

cryogenic temperature

[‚krī·ə′jen·ik ′tem·prə·chər]
(cryogenics)
A temperature within a few degrees of absolute zero.
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Mark Sawicki, chief commercial officer of Cryoport, said, "The C3[TM] solution was developed in response to recurring requests from our clients who wanted to be able to leverage our trusted Smartpak II[TM] Condition Monitoring System and our Cryoportal[TM] Logistics Management Platform to manage their shipments, not only for the cryogenic temperature range, but also in the 2-8[degrees]C temperature band.
Mechanical properties and fracture behavior of PI at cryogenic temperature were studied by Tschegg et al.
Lake Shore Cryotronics' 240 Series of sensor input modules offers precision in cryogenic temperature measurement.
In this book, authors Barron and Nellis present readers with the second edition of their comprehensive examination of the specific heat transfer problems that occur in the cryogenic temperature range where there are distinct differences from conventional heat transfer problems.
When the sample was held at this cryogenic temperature, the nuclear spins of about 37 percent of the ions - a typical benchmark to measure quantum coherence - remained in their superposition state for three hours.
And materials which are wonderfully compliant (giving an excellent seal) at ambient temperature, may be as unforgiving as rock at cryogenic temperature, or may become brittle and shatter.
Using a special cryogenic temperature RTD, mass calculations are done with the latest density equations of state for liquid oxygen, nitrogen, argon and CO2.
Instead of relying on liquid nitrogen as most similar spectroscopes do, the germanium-based GeMini employs a small electromechanical cooler that allows the device to maintain cryogenic temperature.
CELL-FREEZE(r) was designed for peripherally derived stem cells and used for cryogenic temperature applications as low as -196 degrees Celsius for storage, preservation and transfer.
First, it can be observed that at cryogenic temperature, breaking strength is higher than at room temperature.
The chapters discuss the theoretical aspects of the formation of giant micelles from the perspectives of molecular thermodynamics, packing, and computer simulation; experimental topics such as transmission electron microscopy at cryogenic temperature, scattering methods, phase diagrams, linear and nonlinear rheology, relaxation, properties on solid surfaces, systems of smart micelles that respond to external stimuli by a change of shape, and formation form amphiphilic block copolymers; and applications of giant micelles in oil and gas production, drag reduction, and consumer products such as shampoos and drug delivery formulations.
Flowserve began by designing the seals and plug stem packing to perform in the required cryogenic temperature ranges," says Wilkes.

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