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Why is solid carbon dioxide called dry ice? Why does a pellet of dry ice on a warm spoon vibrate? What is that vapour we can see? If dry ice pellets are arranged around a burning candle at the bottom of a bowl, why does the flame go out? Demonstrations with dry ice always create drama and arouse curiosity. They are particularly relevant as we consider the properties of materials and how these change on exposure to heat.
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