Dry Ice Bubble Video

September 28, 2008 at 9:29 pm Leave a comment

Of all the dry ice projects I did over the past couple of days, I think making giant dry ice bubbles was my favorite. While the bubble shown in this video popped, most of the bubbles stabilized and lasted for several minutes. They resembled cloudy crystal balls. Beautiful! Of course, popping them was fun too.

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