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Sublimation Observation and Investigation

Sublimation Observation and Investigation

Author: Jason Fritz
Description:

I know that particles in a solid (like dry ice/solid CO2) can skip the liquid state and go directly to the gaseous state through the process of sublimation.

Students will use dry ice (found at Kowalski's Market) to experiment the effects of sublimation.

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