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.

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.

By Christopher Francklyn, Faith Batrack, Jiffer Harriman for Spring 2013 Team Third.
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