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As of 2007, the price of liquid nitrogen can range anywhere between 50 cents and $2.00 a gallon. Liquid nitrogen itself is cheap, but it can be pricey when buying a liquid nitrogen tank along with it. More »

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The distance of the buyer to the production plant, the cost of natural gas and the way liquid nitrogen is packaged and handled factor into the price of liquid nitrogen. There is a direct correlation between the first two... More »

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According to UC Santa Barbara, liquid nitrogen is so cold because its boiling point is minus 320 degrees Fahrenheit. Nitrogen is a gas at room temperature, so a prerequisite for it to be in liquid form is for it to be in... More »

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The distance of the buyer to the production plant, the cost of natural gas and the way liquid nitrogen is packaged and handled factor into the price of liquid nitrogen. There is a direct correlation between the first two... More »

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People often use liquid nitrogen as a freezing agent for preparing food, preserving medical samples and removing diseased tissue. Liquid nitrogen boils at minus 320.4 degrees Fahrenheit at atmospheric pressure. Manufactu... More »

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A nitrogen ice cream machine uses liquid nitrogen as its coolant. Because of the frigid temperatures involved, the ice forms only small crystals. Hypothetically, this should produce a creamier ice cream. Those who like n... More »

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Nitrogen gas is primarily obtained by condensing air into a liquid and removing the liquid nitrogen in a process known as fractional distillation. There are other methods to obtain nitrogen, but this is the most common. More »

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