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SCIENCE MELTING
Updated: 4/27/2020
SCIENCE MELTING
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  • This looks great, we should get some dry ice for a foggy look!
  • yeaa bruhh
  • Dry ice doesn't melt dummy
  • But what if it melts and then there's water on the floor?!
  • No, its actually solid carbon dioxide. And it cant melt because of sublimation.
  • But its ice
  • Because of their particles silly!
  • The fog is gonna come from the water vapor from the dry ice that is created due to its cooling.
  • OHHH but why does that happen in sublimation.
  • Dry ice does not pass through the liquid state.
  • Alright then, lets rock and roll with some dry ice!
  • Sublimation is when particles of a solid cannot pass through as the liquid state as they form a gas.*solid to gas*
  • Sublimation occurs when the surface particles of a solid gain enough energy that they form a gas. A gas' particles move much more freely than a solid's.
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