flow rate, Mechanical Engineering

how to calculate flow rate of liquid nitrogen?
melting point(-210deg)
boiling point(-195.8deg)
critical temp(-149.9deg)
relative density(0.8)
specific gravity(808.5kg/m^3)
relative gas density(0.97)
molecular mass(28g/mol)
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