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What are the advantages of a gas as a coolant? (instead of heavy/normal water)

(in a fission reactor)

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    The gas can be cooled and condensed to a liquid, then evaporated. When the liquid (gas) evaporated, it turns into a gas AND absorbs energy. Then it can be regenerated.

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