Can Gas Freeze?

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Gas can freeze under high pressure and low temperature. These conditions make the gas molecules less mobile and the molecules are physically brought together by a compressor to make the gas liquid. The liquid can be supercooled to become solid.
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The official MSDS sheet on Gasoline says the freezing point is 'unavailable'. I don't know if the government doesn't know on this one. The flash point is -45 F. <br/>As far
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1. Follow your local building codes for installing natural gas pipelines. Determine the pipe size for the appliance. Refer to the appliance manufacturer's suggestions and the local
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no gas freezes at -80 degrees farenheit
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Since gasoline is a mixture of many different chemicals it does not have a true
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