"Fog and Static Electricity" Trailer

Students explore the properties of dry ice, including making fog. They also get to "magically" disperse the fog with static electricity by simply pointing their finger at it. This relates to solids, liquids, gases, sublimation, condensation, dew point, freezing point, vibrations, clouds, greenhouse effect, respiration, and static electricity. This video also includes one of Mr. Mac’s crazy stories, “Jack and Jill and the Giant Whirlpool,” to help students remember the lesson. Difficulty: Hard.


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