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Refrigerator by Carl von Linde in 1876

Carl von Linde, German engineer whose invention of a continuous process of liquefying gases in large quantities formed a basis for the modern tehnology of refrigiration. Refrigeration is chiefly used to store foodstuffs at low temperatures, thus inhibiting the destructive action of bacteria yeast and mold.

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