I know what dry ice is. why is there no option for that?
so that you are forced to comment
hey i knew it in school and still know... ( studious look on my face). what's the context. don't make me wait - mail me and tell me
itchy- patience bears fruitand anyway u r a hardcore science person as is the KID
hey i know what it is...errr, i think!! but oh no....are we going to have a few more polls back to back??
I know what it is, but should I mention it here .
I know the answer..my chemistry teacher made me write a couple of answers for 10 times and one of the questions was this!ps. this was the only composition i wrote during my school life (which was for not submitting the notes on time)...sob :(
*Repeatedly shooting the hands up in the air* I know the answer!I admit I was a geek.So do we answer it or not?what's the mystery behind the post?:)
one more question before i tell allwhich of you are science students at least till undergard level?
we were ousted for not answering this question right at a jackpotbut we managed to win half a lakh -INR- so not badthe first reason was given by 3/4 of the team and also that we r nto science grads, The one science person said the state wrong- liquid co2 instead of solid.....
same here.. i know the answer too, but the option is not available.. had it in school general science lessons and of course, these days it is used in the buffet meals for the groom and bride.. a bowl of water(finger bowl) placed in the bigger bowl with water and dry ice to give that steam jet effect :)..
i know... i know... i know.. i would have said solid co2 a few years back.. but now i would rather say "dry ice" is an oxymoron.. :p
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