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Why does a generator cool hydrogen?

Air, water and oil have all been used for cooling. Hydrogen's low density, high specific heat and thermal conductivity make it a superior coolant. Is that correct? Power plant operators can get moremegawatts out of a smaller generator by using hydrogen.

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