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  • Lifting gas — A lifting gas is required for aerostats to create buoyancy. Its density is lower than that of air (about 1.2 kg/m3, 1.2 g/l). Ammonia Ammonia is sometimes used to fill weather balloons. Due to its relatively high boiling point (compared to helium …   Wikipedia

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