A home freezer can’t get cold enough to keep the carbon dioxide frozen, so the only choice is to let it go gaseous. Frank Jr. dropped the dry ice into a cup of water. He soaked a paper towel in soapy water and then placed it over the cup to create a film. As the dry ice warmed, it made bubbles that looked like they were filled with fog.
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