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Dried Ice Sublimation
Dried Ice is Water(H2O) and Carbon Dioxide(CO3) and it’s at the temperature -109.3 fahrenheit. Carbon Dioxide is a gas under a standard temperature and pressure conditions. Water is a liquid , a colorless,transparent,odorless,tasteless liquid that forms the seas,lakes,rivers, and rain and is the basis of the fluids of living organisms. Sublimation is what the process of the dried ice with water being poured on it.
Sublimation is the transition of the substance directly from the solid to gas phase without passing through the intermediate liquid phase. When I was doing my observation pouring the water on the dried ice. As they poured the water slowly fog would come out of the cup. The fog that came out was nontoxic. Nontoxic is not poisonous

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