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Bubble Planets: How to make bubbles filled with dry ice vapor

Bubbles + Dry Ice (the solid form of carbon dioxide) come together in this step by step video for “creating planets.” It’s also a great DIY parent-kid project for learning about physicsgassessurface tension, sublimation (when a solid turns into a gas without passing through a liquid phase), andsince dry ice will burn skinhow to safely conduct an experiment!

DIY: A dry ice and bubbles tutorial + how to handle dry ice safely.

via Gizmodo.

Previously: soap film rainbows on a bubble.

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