• liquids
  • When powdered dry ice is added to such liquids as acetone (used in the manufacture of chloroform) or ether, it is possible to produce a mixture which has a constant temperature of as little as -110 degree C (-166 degree F). (juniorsbook.com)
  • high
  • To create quantities of dry ice you would need high pressure and extremely low temperatures, approximately -109 degrees Fahrenheit. (howtodothings.com)
  • matter
  • You don't really need an exact amount because a little too much dry ice isn't going to matter in the long run. (bakingbites.com)
  • reason
  • Thank goodness (I suppose) that the dry ice was almost gone already for some unknown reason, so we had to buy more the next day in Winnemucca. (burningman.org)
  • amount
  • The exact amount of dry ice you will need will vary. (bakingbites.com)
  • We got it on the second day in Sioux Falls SD, but because I was still tired and stupid, I looked at the tiny amount of food and thought 'We certainly don't need 40 pounds of dry ice for THAT! (burningman.org)