Subliming dry ice creates a buoyant plume of CO2 gas, which drives recirculation in an emulsion of blue clothing dye and vegetable oil.

Subliming dry ice creates a buoyant plume of CO2 gas, which drives recirculation in an emulsion of blue clothing dye and vegetable oil.

By Zachary Brunson, Trevor Beatty, Gabriel Bershenyi, and Jennifer Milliken for Spring 2013 Team First.
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