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Liquid Hydrogen

Hydrogen does exist in a liquid state, but only at extremely cold temperatures. Liquid hydrogen typically has to be stored at 20o Kelvin or -2530 C.

The temperature requirements for liquid hydrogen storage necessitate expending energy to compress and chill the hydrogen into its liquid state

The storage tanks are insulated, to preserve temperature, and reinforced to store the liquid hydrogen under pressure

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