Sublimation of Dry Ice in Water

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Science Project : Sublimation of Dry Ice in Water

Christopher Drake

Dana Smith

Panut Panusiri

Ehsan Subhani

Period 4 Honors Chemistry

Mr. Mattson

Table of Contents

Purpose 3

Experimental Questions 4

Preliminary Research 4

Hypothesis 7

Materials 7

Procedure 7

Data 8

Data Analysis 9

Error Analysis 9

Conclusion 10

Acknowledgements 10

Work Cited 11

Purpose Dry ice is just frozen carbon



Citations: 2. "Dry Ice" - American Heritage Student Science Dictionary (2009): 104. Science Reference Center. Web. 13 Sept. 2012.

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