Dry Ice and Soap

Submitted by: 12gaugelove 10 years ago in Science
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Cool science experiment you can do your kitchen counter.
There are 87 comments:
Female 1,025
you can buy dry ice at kroger..

its not like its impossible or hard to buy it.

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Male 9
you can do that with sugar and sulphuric acid
it makes a tower of black bubbles n if you leave them they go blue
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Female 23
That was neat, make for a fun science class project.
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Female 920
I wanna do this....
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Male 60
Whoah... seeing the bubbles vanish in a puff of smoke is mesmerizing.
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Female 2,695
sweet. where can i get dry ice?
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Male 312
No Eternally, but my pervert in me thought "wow, a giant erection of bubbles" when the reaction began.
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Male 144
That is so freaking cool. Gotta get some dry ice.
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Male 114
I hate to be the pervert in all of this, but did anyone else think when he held the bubbles they looked like huge globules of semen? :-|
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Female 82
Is it bad that i want to take a lighter to the bubble slinky?
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Female 82
Is it bad that i want to take a lighter to the bubble slinky?
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Female 238
You can also make a dry ice bomb:

Take dry ice, bottle it, water it, cap it and run like hell.
The problem is that it is almost impossible to determine when it`ll blow. I wouldn`t recommend it.

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Female 1,697
this goes estaight to my favs, and I`m gonna do this seems so cool and easy!
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Male 312
For some real fun, take a golf ball size chunk of pure potassium and drop it in a bucket of water. Be sure to look closely so you don`t miss the wonder of science!
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Female 314
i cant wait till morning to go to try this...way cool
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Female 94
rad.
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Male 238
we should pour that all over my house...
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Male 12
if you dont wear gloves when you touch dry ice it stick to your hands, that sounds fun until you rip it off :-(
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Male 810
already knwoed about this
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Female 87
Looks kind of messy. Yet somehow, I want to do this.
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Male 146
...wow deja vu...Ive seen this before
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Female 82
WOW! That is soo cool. I must try that. Where do you get dry ice, anyway?
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Male 181
Wasnt this just on here about a week ago? Maybe a little bit longer, but still cool nonetheless
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Female 1,596
I`m so going to do that for next years science project!
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Male 25
Dry ice is available at most local grocery stores in the U.S. I believe you have to be 18 to purchase it, though.
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Female 306
i always thought doing my kitchen counter was a pretty cool science experiment
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Male 701
wow...that is so cool
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Male 1,496
"You can do it on your kitchen counter eh? Well let me just get the dry ice out of the fridge...
...cos we all have dry ice."

Damn you word theif!

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Female 655
woah!
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Female 268
lame. i have seen that in scince class. i guess the part that i have seen it IN SCHOOL ruins the whole entertaining part about it. anything educational i would prefer to not c.....why did i click it?
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Female 27
""You can do it on your kitchen counter eh? Well let me just get the dry ice out of the fridge...

...cos we all have dry ice."

HAHA"

ha. but that was really cool how it just like, debubbled? in his hand

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Female 1,398
hey, why`d the poster write "you can do your kitchen counter"? doesn`t he mean ON your counter?
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Female 222
*squeals* I`ve got to go out and get some dry ice! And more soap! *scurries off*
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Female 1,944
that table look so dirty!
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Male 366
Dry Ice and Soap. Cool science experiment you can do your kitchen counter.

i can do my kitchen counter without dry ice or soap.

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Female 486
That was cool!

Ah, dry ice. My 6th grade science teacher actually let my class (a bunch of 11-year-olds) play with it...probably not the smartest move, but hey, we`ll never forget that it burns.

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Male 2,781
WOULD DIFFERENT COLORED SOAPS WORK?
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Female 416
COOL!!! can any one tell me where to get soap?
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Male 158
NEAT! im trying this now!
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Female 2,552
Poof! It`s gone!
I want itttttt!
Too bad I don`t carry around dry ice.
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Male 561
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Male 561
here is were i found a place that sells dry ice type dry ice in what and where you live like your zipcode in where
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Male 561
I have never seen dry ice for sale anywhere
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Male 308
HEEY I go soo excited because I could do this at home...and I sat there thinking..wait where would I get the damn dry ice?! It upset me. Stupid comment on it!
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Male 2,576
Dry Ice and Soap.

All you need now is Dry ice.

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Male 143
i am definitely paying more attention in science
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Female 1,492
that my friends was really cool...or i`m just really dorky...or both
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Male 492
that`s pretty cool. i totally want to do that now.
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Male 210
It`s cool putting dry ice is a small cup of food coloring also.
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Female 582
i just asked my dad to bring home some dry ice from his job...i wonder what other things you can add to dry ice to make it do cool stuff
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Male 98
"the next day: his hand falls off." - JAXLEY

Right, I wouldn`t wanna touch it either. The last thing I need is a frostbitten, clean smelling hand.

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Male 761
dry ice isnt easy to get hold of in england
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Male 74
The link doesn`t say "you can do on your kitchen counter" it says "you can do your kitchen counter". I`m sorry, I don`t like my kitchen counter that way.
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Male 1,406
Yay, bubbles!
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Male 946
luks like fun but in britain ya dnt really get many ice cream shops
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Male 1,254
Anyone can get dry ice, usually at your local ice cream shop. At our creamery on campus you can go and buy it by the pound if you want to.

I imagine other places do that as well.

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Male 36
WHATS EVEN COOLER:

Get dry ice and a bucket of paint.
Put dry ice into paint bucket.
Seal lid tight, maybe duck tape it.
Wait

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Male 82
Since you got dry ice laying around sure you have something to clean that mold and mildew off your counter.
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Male 988
the next day: his hand falls off.
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Male 1,704
thats pretty damn cool.
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Male 799
bubble up methane into soapy water and light it on fire :P
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Male 209
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Male 209
Try doing the burning methane bubble tower that one is the bomb.....lol after than anything that contains bubbles is just not worth it....lmao
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Male 209
Sorry but I just dont see the fun of it.... Maybe I am past that stage....lol I want bigger booms and bigger bubble towers.....
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Male 246
Was I the only person reminded of a slinky when the bubbles first ame out of the cup?
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Male 42
sorry my space bar has soda on it.
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Male 42
iwant dry ice now
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Male 1,364
wow thats awsome.
ps 300th post
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Male 76
I would LOVE to do this but i`d have to either steal it from skool or go to some dealer on da street to get it
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Male 591
looks interesting Ill have to try it.

Still not as cool as the methane bubbles though.

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Female 289
That looks like fun. I want some dry ice.
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Female 546
I`m so doing that tonight.
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Male 1,647

Ha! Fun!

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Male 896
I can only think about dry ice vs fire starter + fire
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Male 959
dry ice is all the rage in the west of ireland. Pubs serve it now with a pint of guinness
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Female 211
Dry ice isn`t that hard to come by. They give out tons of the stuff after hurricanes and stuff.
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Male 1,263
haha i remember doing this! Ah.. memories.
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Female 1,228
that was very cool!
Id like to try this.
um, where do you get dry ice from?
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Male 52
Dry Ice Bubbles! Yay.
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Male 170
This if friggin sweet, it really works trying to thing of other things i can put on dry ice now.
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Male 242
this makes me want to go to the grocery store and get some dry ice, anybody know how much it is?
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Female 2
...maybe they can use some of that soap to clean their countertops...
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Female 228
Dry ice isn`t that hard to get. I remember doing this lol.
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Male 95
"You can do it on your kitchen counter eh? Well let me just get the dry ice out of the fridge...

...cos we all have dry ice."

HAHA

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Male 2,216
You can do it on your kitchen counter eh? Well let me just get the dry ice out of the fridge...

...cos we all have dry ice.

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Male 109
wow, that looks pretty damm cool
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Female 1,025
Link: Dry Ice and Soap [Rate Link] - Cool science experiment you can do your kitchen counter.
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