Dry Ice Experiment
Dry ice is most often used as a cooling agent in preserving food, but it also has a wide range of other applications, like preventing insect activity, loosening asphalt floor tiles and altering cloud precipitation. But what happens if you add dry ice to water?
Dry Ice Experiment – What Happens If You Drop a Load Of Dry Ice Into a Pool?
Our favorite YouTube user CrazyRussianHacker posted an experimented of his, where he adds 30 pounds (13.5 kilograms) of dry ice to a swimming pool full of water.
When the dry ice hits the water, it turns from a solid to a gas and dense white fog occurs. Visually it looks cool, but remember, if you want to attempt this experiment, don’t forget to wear the mandatory protective gear.
Check it out!