How dry ice is made?

Dry ice is the name given to carbon dioxide when it is in a solid-state. Carbon dioxide turns from gas to an opaque white solid while under pressure and at low temperatures, turning solid at −109°F (178.5°C). Dry ice does not melt, instead, it sublimates, meaning the solid turns directly into a gas (bypassing the liquid state) as the temperature rises and the solid begins to dissipate.

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