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Non-liquefied gases are elements , or combination of elements, that have boiling points lower than -130ºF (-90ºC). Examples of non-liquefied gases include:
When specific elements become liquefied at extremely low temperatures they are reerred to as “cryogenic liquids”.
Publication Source: ISPE Good Practice Guide: Process Gases
Publication Date: 2011
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