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Does the AETN provide more cooling power in thicker gas?


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I get that a built-up AETN can cache more cooling power if the gas is denser. But what I'm specifically asking here is: Does the AETN eat more Joules when it's packed in higher-density gas?

I'm trying to figure out if it's worth going to the trouble to pack my AETN in, say, 40kg/tile Hydrogen rather than the 20 I usually use.

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The AETN removes the same amount of units of heat no matter how dense your hydrogen is. However the denser hydrogen will require more units of heats to shift its effective temperature. The benefit of this is the temperature doesn't change as much so you can more effectively cool lower temperature materials.

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