Thermodynamic Properties of Neon
Neon, which has a normal boiling point of 27.24° K, is a possible cryogenic fluid for the region above liquid helium and hydrogen and below liquid nitrogen. Neon has a relatively high refrigerating capacity at low temperatures and is chemically inert. For temperatures approaching the boiling point of hydrogen, it is a safe and attractive refrigerant.
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