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Why Is Dry Ice Dangerous?

Key Facts In This Video

  1. Dry ice is at about negative 109 degrees Fahrenheit. 00:17

  2. Dry ice sublimates, which means it goes from a solid to a gas, skipping over the liquid state. 01:09

  3. The air we breathe has about 78% nitrogen in it. 01:24

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