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We know if you heat a liquid up it becomes a gas. But I need to know if there is a such thing as a element that is already a gas And will stay that way. If there is a such thing how could one keep it that way? Is there a certain temperature it must stay at what?

If there is no such gas, is there something that comes close to it?

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    $\begingroup$ Look around you. Oxygen and nitrogen are such elements: they are already gases and will stay that way, unless you cool them down to extremely low temperatures. $\endgroup$ – Ivan Neretin Jun 19 '16 at 5:36
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    $\begingroup$ The closest you can get to is probably helium, which does not have a solid phase at ambient pressure $\endgroup$ – Jan Jun 19 '16 at 11:58
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A gas cannot be condensed to liquid no matter how high a pressure is applied if the temperature of the gas is higher than the critical temperature of the gas.

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