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Old October 14th, 2008, 11:20 AM
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Default Re: Dry ice in the ice chamber?

Originally Posted by scottybee9705 View Post
I know that some people mix salt with the ice in the ice chamber to keep it cold longer and to make it colder...but what would happen if you were to put chunks of dry ice in the ice chamber?
sodium chloride just "breaks" the cohesion of the water making the molecules less magnetic to each other ... (liquid on lower temperature)

theres no harm in it ...

But , salt+(metals who can rust) = bad ...

i don't get how people get CO2 out of NaCl ?
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