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cryogenic

 [kri″o-jen´ik]
producing low temperatures.

cry·o·gen·ic

(krī'ō-jen'ik),
1. Denoting or characteristic of a cryogen.
2. Relating to cryogenics.

cryogenic

/cry·o·gen·ic/ (-jen´ik) producing low temperatures.

cry·o·gen·ic

(krī'ō-jen'ik)
1. Denoting or characteristic of a cryogen.
2. Relating to cryogenics.
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CRYOGENIC APPLICATIONS EQUIPMENT: Insulated glove for use while handling very cold materials used in cryogenic applications

cryogenic

(krī″ō-jĕn′ĭk)
Producing or pert. to low temperatures.
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cryogenic

producing low temperatures.
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There are now hundreds of yeast strains kept cryogenically frozen in the Culture Yeast Center, even including the wildest yeast of all, Brettanomyces (Interestingly, this strain may be in current use in the A-B Research Pilot Brewery, where tanks were observed with the batch names "Orval Fire" and "Orval Holiday").
uses patented technology to produce small beads of cryogenically frozen ice cream and sherbet that is free-flowing at normal ice-cream temperatures.
The standard hard-chrome version heats the chrome plating to expand the pores and then infiltrates cryogenically cooled PTFE particles under high pressure at around 325 F.
Natural gas can be converted to a liquid by cryogenically boiling it to -162[degrees]C.
Hydrogen is also very difficult to store; as a gas it must be kept in a tank under very high pressure, and as a liquid it must be cryogenically stored in expensive insulated tanks.
The mirage-like scene, which featured many of the activities best and brightest, smelled and looked reminiscent of the mortuary when they trotted and rolled out, in various fashions, some frozen industry ancients, These cryogenically reactivated living pillars of the business were backed by a suspect sonic dirge provided by samples of such musical specimens as Bruce Springsteen, '70s Rolling Stones, ZZ Top, Steve Miller and Heart.
Today, people have the option of becoming cryogenically preserved, or kept in extreme cold with the intent]on of bringing the corpse back to life one day.
It would allow aborted baby parts to be used for research; live human embryos cryogenically frozen for years to be used; all of which are condemned by the Vatican.
The NBSB is designed to cryogenically preserve environmental and biological specimens over long periods of time (decades) for future retrospective analyses.
The rubber is part cryogenically treated tires and recycled athletic shoes.
The result is engaging fun, reworking the old Buck Rogers theme, here centring on a pizza-delivery boy cryogenically frozen and woken in the year 3000.