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SharraShimada    446

Super coolant is there for cooling hydrogen to liquid. Hydrogen is near absolute zero. Where should super coolant freeze?

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Saturnus    3,118
13 minutes ago, FiannaTiger said:
 

-271.2 °C  → Solid Super Coolant

That's 2.05 degree's above Absolute zero... so it could freeze.

Nope. You need to bring liquids to 2.1C below their listed freezing point to actually freeze which is impossible.

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FiannaTiger    80
6 minutes ago, Saturnus said:

Nope. You need to bring liquids to 2.1C below their listed freezing point to actually freeze which is impossible.

I stand corrected.  Yep guess ya can't freeze super coolant.

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Dracian    76

Additionnaly, I think Aquatuner's minimal output temperature is -270°C (correct me if I'm wrong)

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QRDL_rus    9

просто раньше super coolant мог замерзнуть и поломать трубы , а сейчас этого нет. сложность усчезла, не нужно тонко контролировать температуру...

just before the super coolant could freeze and break the pipes, but now it is not. the difficulty has disappeared, it is not necessary to control the temperature...

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