You might think that just as anything else, dry ice might have the possibility to go bad, to rot, or to spoil. Dry ice does disappear a lot quicker than most items, but its properties actually prevent other important things,… Read More
Can Dry Ice Go Bad?
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Dry ice is an interesting element that is present in this world. It’s one of the few elements that can be in the form of a solid, liquid and gas. Also, this compound is the coldest thing in the world,… Read More
Dry ice is a very interesting phenomenon in the world. It’s a compound that can be a solid, liquid or a gas. It can be so cold it can freeze flowers to glass and so cold if you stuck your… Read More
You may already know about all the uses and applications of dry ice, as you may have seen it used in science experiments and even on Halloween to add a spooky effect to your décor. You probably also know that… Read More
While kids may be out of school for the summer, there are still many ways to have with science! Although summer camp days most often consist of outdoor activities throughout the summer, dry ice is an excellent rainy day activity… Read More
In addition to its many uses for adults, dry ice is also a fun and exciting material for kids! Particularly for science experiments, dry ice is an excellent tool for illustrating scientific processes and having fun while learning. With parental… Read More
The creation of dry ice is surprisingly simple, but there are lots of steps that need to be done just right to end up with a great finished product. At Dry Ice Corp, we know a lot about making dry… Read More
While dry ice is currently one of the most popular shipping and packaging materials on the market, it has only been around since 1835. Interested in finding out more about the cool history of dry ice? Read on!
Dry ice is a very fun way to get the whole family excited about science. Since it’s such a flexible substance, you can use it to teach a whole variety of things and demonstrate many different concepts. Here are some… Read More