He Puts A Quarter In Ice. Seconds Later? WOW!
Science can be exciting. Not the kind of science we read about in our books. That was boring enough to put an insomniac to sleep. No, we're talking about practical science. The experiments, the mixing of chemicals together to see what happens.
The experiments that we're about to show you just use dry ice. Only one of the elements on the periodic table. Dry ice itself is nothing more than frozen carbon dioxide. The cool stuff begins once we add water to it and release its gaseous forms. Watch the video on the next page. This is one video you don't want to miss.
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The coin gives off heat against dry ice. When you put a coin on dry ice it starts vibrating as though trying to escape. Want to know why? Just watch the video. Share this cool video with all of your friends. I wish science was this cool in school.
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