In physics Cryogenics is
the study of the production and behavior of materials at very low temperature
or 123 K).
The word cryogenics stems from Greek
and means “the production of freezing cold”.
The term is used today as a synonym for the low-temperature state.
Liquid nitrogen is the most commonly used element in
cryogenics which used for specialty chilling and freezing applications.
MRC's laboratory liquid nitrogen containers are suited for storage and
transportation have wide range of capacities.