supercold

supercold

(ˌsuːpəˈkəʊld)
adj
informal very or extremely unpopular
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Food is placed under vacuum and subjected to supercold temperatures, where the water turns to vapor and dissipates.
"Supercold but unfrozen" is the idea behind a new procedure that tripled the time a rat liver could survive outside the body.
"We went part way up Spencer Butte to do the photos, kind of like in the jungle, and we were all barefoot and it was supercold," the 27-year-old Boozer said.
The use of supercold ice, which is thin and flake-like, provides superior latent heat transfer within the concrete prior to initial hydration.
However, Richard Thoman, lead forecaster for the NWS, says the last supercold outbreak in 1989 was in the midst of the 25-year warming cycle.
NASA NASA fills Atlantis' tank with supercold liquid fuel.
A writer had Superman freeze something by using the strength of his lungs to draw supercold air from the upper atmosphere.
The cosmic microwave background, with a supercold temperature of only 2.7 kelvins, peaks in the millimeter-wave range beyond even the far infrared: at a wavelength of 1.9 mm (1,900 microns).
To overcome this problem, Wasser developed a way to extract DNA from ivory under supercold conditions.
Natural gas provides approximately one quarter of the energy consumed in the United States, yet even though it appears the US will need to import even more in the future, at the present there are only five terminals designed to handle supercold liquefied gas.
Engineers believe it was caused by the expanding and shrinking of the tank as it was filled with supercold fuel.