Can cooled gasses be bubbled up through water to cool it?

I’m working with a pressure vessel that is cooled to a reasonably cool temperature. Since it is cooled at pressure when the air exits the pressurized system the gas expands and thus cools a great deal more according to the gas laws.

I was wondering if this (extremely) cold air can be bubbled up through water to cool the water.

Is this possible?

Physics Asked on November 11, 2021

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