Bubbles of CO2 formed by dry ice sublimating beneath a layer of dyed oobleck tend to pop on their sides.

Bubbles of CO2 formed by dry ice sublimating beneath a layer of dyed oobleck tend to pop on their sides.

By Faith Batrack,Christopher Francklyn, Jiffer Harriman for Spring 2013 Team Third.
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Bubbles of CO2 formed by dry ice sublimating beneath a layer of dyed oobleck tend to tear on their sides, and sometimes flap as more gas enters and escapes.

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