LN2

AcronymDefinition
LN2Liquid Nitrogen
LN2Legalman Second Class (Naval Rating)
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As Fowler sees it, the technology LN2 can bring to radio broadcasting companies can greatly help advance the "internet of things" -- the wireless communications technology that now powers not only a Google Home or Amazon Echo, but a wide variety of home, commercial, industrial and municipal electronic systems.
Known scientifically as LN2, liquid nitrogen is a colourless, odourless clear liquid state of nitrogen, at an extremely low temperature.
But the point is made - even if the LN2 data were accurate, the gains from using LN2 (and bringing the CPU temperature down as low as -120C) are only 20 percent more than the gains from the "Air Extreme" cooler.
In addition, three PDMs (i.e., LN2, GAM2, and GUM) are used in a simulation study.
Separate teams at the University of North Texas in Denton and the University of Washington in Seattle are creating engines that use liquid nitrogen (LN2) to operate air motors, somewhat like water vapor in a steam engine.
For cryogenic cooling applications, Edwards Engineering Corp., Pompton Plains, N.J., is introducing its LN2 liquid-nitrogen vapor-recovery system.
An autofill system provides liquid nitrogen in the required amount so the user never comes into direct contact with the LN2, which makes operation particularly safe.
Write to: Richard Fritzmaurice, Prisoner, HM Prison Lincoln, Greatwell Road, Lincoln, LN2.
Liquid nitrogen (LN2), or occasionally liquid helium, is retained in a cryovessel or dewar.
Unlike other analyzers, the FTIR does not require liquid nitrogen, thus eliminating the need to constantly fill LN2 dewars with associated safety and cost issues.