Does Hydrogen occupy less space when it is super cooled (When it is in its liquid state)?

If i freeze hydrogen to -253 drgree (liquid state), will it occupy less space when it is in its earth natural state (Gas)?

Yes, a liquid will typically occupy far less space than the gaseous form. If you look at the densities of hydrogen gas and liquid under standard conditions (atmospheric pressure, 25C) you will be able to see the difference.
jamesc4 (author)  The Skinnerz5 years ago
Hello and thank you for answering my question :)
Best answer ;)
Kiteman5 years ago
Yes, but good luck trying.