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Newtonian physics, absolute zero, acoustics, adiabatic absorption, adiabatic demagnetization, adiabatic expansion, aerophysics, air conditioning, air cooling, algidity, applied physics, astrophysics, basic conductor physics, biophysics, bitterness, blast freezing, bleakness, briskness, chemical physics, chill, chilliness, chilling, cold, coldness, congealment, congelation, cool, cooling, coolness, coolth, crispness, cryology, crystallography, cytophysics, decrease in temperature, deep freezing, dehydrofreezing, electric refrigeration, electron physics, electronics, electrophysics, food freezing, freezing, freezing point, freshness, frigidity, frostiness, gas refrigeration, gelidity, geophysics, glaciation, glacification, iciness, inclemency, infrigidation, intense cold, keenness, low temperature, macrophysics, mathematical physics, mechanical refrigeration, mechanics, medicophysics, microphysics, natural philosophy, natural science, nip, nippiness, nuclear physics, optics, philosophy, physic, physical chemistry, physical science, physicochemistry, physicomathematics, physics, psychophysics, quick freezing, radiation physics, radionics, rawness, reduction of temperature, refreezing, refrigeration, regelation, rigor, severity, sharp air, sharp freezing, sharpness, solar physics, solid-state physics, statics, stereophysics, super-cooling, theoretical physics, thermodynamics, zoophysics

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  • cryogenics — noun plural but singular in construction Date: circa 1934 a branch of physics that deals with the production and effects of very low temperatures …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • cryogenics — noun a) The science and technology of the production of very low temperatures. b) The scientific study of low temperature phenomena. See Also: cryo , genic, ics …   Wiktionary

  • cryogenics — The science concerned with the production and effects of very low temperatures, particularly temperatures in the range of liquid helium (<4.25 K). [cryo + G. gen, producing] * * * cryo·gen·ics iks n pl but sing or pl in constr a branch of… …   Medical dictionary

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