Synonyms for dry ice

Grammar : Noun

Définition of dry ice

  • noun frozen carbon dioxide
Example sentences :
  • He contrived to keep the stone cold by packing it in a box of dry ice.
  • Extract from : « Astounding Stories, March, 1931 » by Various
  • If dry ice was used to produce the mist, how did it get into the pool?
  • Extract from : « The Blue Ghost Mystery » by Harold Leland Goodwin
  • I have here a means of dealing with a surface of cold, dry ice.
  • Extract from : « The Birth-Time of the World and Other Scientific Essays » by J. (John) Joly
  • That was long enough to see a faint, fine mist of dry ice snow falling.
  • Extract from : « Let'em Breathe Space » by Lester del Rey
  • A sufficient amount of dry ice is then placed in the package which is then packed tight with more sawdust or shavings.
  • Extract from : « The Science of Fingerprints » by Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • The dry ice should not be in direct contact with the cellophane or paper bags which contain the hands or fingers.
  • Extract from : « The Science of Fingerprints » by Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • For the surprise he got a whole quart of strawberry ice cream, with a piece of dry ice to keep it from melting.
  • Extract from : « David and the Phoenix » by Edward Ormondroyd
  • A burst of laughter greeted the incident as they sprang off the sledge, and waded to the dry ice a few yards ahead.
  • Extract from : « The Giant of the North » by R.M. Ballantyne
  • In addition, dyes, wood turpentine, dry ice and various insecticides are produced in Virginia.
  • Extract from : « Hallowed Heritage: The Life of Virginia » by Dorothy M. Torpey
  • In many areas, the availability of dry ice is limited and the cost is rather high.
  • Extract from : « Preservation of Bull Semen at Sub-Zero Temperatures » by N. L. VanDemark

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