How much can you compress oxygen?
Subsequently, one may also ask, what happens if you compress oxygen?
You'd get compressed oxygen, which would be stored in a pressure vessel. At a high enough pressure, the gas would liquefy for form liquid oxygen. At extremely high pressures (9-10 giga Pascals) it solidifies.
Also, at what pressure does oxygen turn to liquid? Liquid containers operate at pres- sures up to 350 psig (24 atm) and have capacities between 80 and 450 liters of liquid. Oxygen may be withdrawn as a gas by passing liquid through an internal vaporizer or as a liquid under its own vapor pressure.
Also to know is, how much can we compress air?
Compressed air can be used in pressure ranges from 14 PSI to 6004 PSI (1 to 414 bar) at flow rates from as little as 3.5 CFM (0.1m3) cubic feet per minute) and up.
Can an engine run on pure oxygen?
The engine can burn no more gas than the amount of oxygen allows. Any extra fuel would come out of the exhaust pipe unburned. So if the car used pure oxygen, it would be inhaling 100 percent oxygen instead of 21 percent oxygen, or about five times more oxygen.