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Is it possible to cool down a system in milliseconds? And if so how can I? If I have a red hot metal at 773.15K can I dope it to 673.15K super fast?

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Given the right type of and amount of and temperature of coolant, it could be possible. You need to add some details to your question to get a definite answer – Pranav Hosangadi Oct 13 '13 at 18:03

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