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Charles Thilorier was a scientist who gave the earliest description of dry ice, the solid form of carbon dioxide. In 1834 he opened a pressurized container of liquid carbon dioxide, only to find thatthe cooling produced by the rapid evaporation of the liquid yielded a "snow" of solid CO2. He is credited with the discovery of CO2.

Charles Thilorier
Charles Thilorier
Charles Thilorier was ascientist who gave the earliest description of dry ice, the solid form of carbon dioxide. In 1834 he opened a pressurized container of liquid carbon dioxide, only to find that the cooling produced bythe rapid evaporation of the liquid yielded a "snow" of solid CO2. He is credited with the discovery of CO2.

Charles Thilorier
Charles Thilorier
Charles Thilorier was a scientist who gave theearliest description of dry ice, the solid form of carbon dioxide. In 1834 he opened a pressurized container of liquid carbon dioxide, only to find that the cooling produced by the rapid evaporation ofthe liquid yielded a "snow" of solid CO2. He is credited with the discovery of CO2.

Charles Thilorier
Charles Thilorier

Charles Thilorier was a scientist who gave the earliest description of dryice, the solid form of carbon dioxide. In 1834 he opened a pressurized container of liquid carbon dioxide, only to find that the cooling produced by the rapid evaporation of the liquid yielded a"snow" of solid CO2. He is credited with the discovery of CO2.

Charles Thilorier
Charles Thilorier
Charles Thilorier was a scientist who gave the earliest description of dry ice, the solid form ofcarbon dioxide. In 1834 he opened a pressurized container of liquid carbon dioxide, only to find that the cooling produced by the rapid evaporation of the liquid yielded a "snow" of solid CO2. He iscredited with the discovery of CO2.

Charles Thilorier
Charles Thilorier
Charles Thilorier was a scientist who gave the earliest description of dry ice, the solid form of carbon dioxide. In 1834 he...
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