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Investigating The Difference Between Dry Ice And The Water

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When the dry ice and the water combined together the reaction to it was that it started to make fog and they it made a lot of bubbles. The dry ice contains carbon dioxide. The chemical component of dry ice is H20 and CO2. The temperature of the dry ice is -109.3 F or 78.5 C. The difference between the temperature dry ice and ice, is that the dry ice only contains carbon dioxide and the ice has salt.
When the dry ice and water add up together it makes a strong pressure. If you touch dry ice your hand will get frostbite because, the dry ice is extremely cold, which will burn your hand. Dry ice is made of carbon dioxide gas and that is how your hand turns frostbite without gloves. What you will need if you ever do the dry ice experiment is dry
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