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.
Full instructions for every experiment in this video can be found at https://www.bealsscience.com/single-post/2016/11/23/Dry-Ice-Experiments-You-Can-Try-at-Home
~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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