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Clarification on Liquefaction of Hydrogen Gas

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Apr11-13, 11:11 AM
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Hi there,

I've been looking around on the net for some information on how Hydrogen gas is converted to liquid in industry. However, I haven't had too much success. If anyone could help me understand the basic process I would be very grateful.

What I currently know is that the Hydrogen needs to be at 20-30K and a high pressure to condense. I also read something about lowering the temperature of the Hydrogen to 70K then expanding it to reduce its temperature further. I assume this would be followed by pressurizing the Hydrogen to finish this process?

Thanks a ton!
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Apr12-13, 10:48 AM
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That was very helpful, thanks!

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