Shifting states of matter!
Dry ice is frozen carbon dioxide and has a temperature of -78°C ( -109°F). Dry ice is so cold that it freezes a drop of water in less than 30 seconds. Dry ice sublimates from a solid state and changes directly into a gas state, without turning into a liquid. Dry ice got its name because it never becomes liquid. There are three states of matter: solid, liquid, and gas. Solids have a definite shape, liquids take the shape of their container, and gases fill an entire space.