Dry Ice Experiments – You Can Try at Home



Craig Beals shows you 5 of his favorite dry ice experiments that he uses in his classroom to explain sublimation, phase change and the properties of carbon dioxide. Experiments include: Screaming Dry Ice, Dry Ice in Water, Fluorescent CO2, Dry Ice Bubbles, and The Dry Ice Crystal Ball. http://www.BealsScience.com
~Warning: How cold is Dry Ice? -110 degrees F or -70 degrees C – always use caution, always have adult supervision and wear protective equipment.
~Where do you get dry ice? Most large grocery stores sell dry ice. Call ahead or ask the clerk.
~How much does dry ice cost? It varies by location, but is usually less than $2.00 per pound.

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“Furious Freak” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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