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Linde process[′lin·də ‚prä‚ses]
A cyclic process for liquefying gases in which compressed gas is cooled by Joule-Thomson expansion through a valve to a pressure of about 40 atmospheres (4 megapascals), further cools the incoming gas in a heat exchanger, and is compressed for the next cycle.
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