Dry Ice /Liquid Nitrogen Demonstration

Unit 2: States of Matter
Lesson 2 of 5

Objective: Students will be able to observe uncommon states of matter, such as dry ice sublimating (solid to gas) and liquid nitrogen boiling at room temperature (liquid to gas).

Big Idea: Your kids are treated to "rock star" science as they watch amazing and perplexing tricks with dry ice and liquid nitrogen.

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