We taped a dry ice bomb to a brick and threw it in the pool. It shook the whole house!
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Miker and I decide to find out what happens when you put large amounts of dry ice in a hot tub and swimming pool
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Order now at http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/product/boo-bubbles Bubbles are cool, everyone knows that but bubbles filled with fog are even cooler! This amazing kit allows you to generate your own dry ice-filled bubbles, and bounce them in the palm of your hand. Just fill the bubble generator with dry ice and warm water, dip the rubber tubing in bubble solution and get ready to make the most ghostly and exciting bubbles youve ever seen!
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The rapid expansion of CO2 when dry ice comes into contact with another surface results in some interesting sounds as it tries to escape. When squeezed in a vice, a screaming noise is made. When cut with a knife, it sounds like a fart!!
Some people have asked about the knife... It's a Ka-bar 1212 and I have abused the hell out of it. Excellent value for the money. You can shave with the factory edge.
Took three 2Liter Bottles and taped them together to make one big Dry Ice Bomb. All three went off at the same time which is very rare because they are very unpredictable. I got lucky because the one on the left was way bigger but it leaked somewhere and allowed the other two to catch up.The three of them got so big that the tape holding them together tore. The video shows normal speed, then half speed, then double half speed, then finally triple half speed. This one sounded like thunder! I finally got the results I wanted from doing 3 of them together, which was for all of them to go off at the same time!!!
Dry ice is solid carbon dioxide. Have you ever wondered what would happen if you microwaved dry ice? Here's your chance to find out, without risking your microwave!
First I've compared dry ice in water, in the microwave compared with left out on the countertop. The microwaved dry ice in water is nearly gone after a minute in the microwave because the microwave heated the water, causing the dry ice to sublimate more quickly.
Next I compared dry ice on a plate in the microwave to dry ice left on the counter. Although the microwaved plate became very hot, the dry ice was unaffected. The microwaved piece of dry ice and the control piece of dry ice were comparable in terms of shape and size.
The reason why dry ice is unaffected by microwaves is because carbon dioxide is a linear molecule with no electrical polarity. The electromagnetic waves given off by the microwave don't really interact with the nonpolar molecule, so nothing happens.
These Joe Geniuses refuse to settle for a simple solid, liquid, or gas. Watch as the substances in these rockin' videos blur the line between phases, or switch between them in mind-blowing ways. Jonah Ray creates giant mutant bubbles with dry ice and cranks up a part-solid, part-liquid concoction in a subwoofer.
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So 13 years later, we finally decided to put together the sequel to the infamous "60 pounds of dry ice and a swimming pool". Besides upping to 200 pounds, we also had a little more fun and experimentation with the dry ice. This is the full length version (13 min) - there is 3.5 minute version as well.
Advanced dry ice blasting technology used to remove the paint from this 240Z restoration project.This video is 2008 Copyrighted by Jay Armstrong, All Rights Reserved.
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Declan Fleming shows you how to prepare and demonstrate burning magnesium in solid carbon dioxide (dry ice). This dramatic and beautiful demonstration shows that oxygen isn't always a prerequisite for fire and reveals carbon's place in the reactivity series.
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Got dry ice for some Halloween fun, but I figured, you can't have dry ice and not make a dry ice bomb!
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