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File:Dry Ice Pellets Subliming.jpg

English: Small pellets of dry ice sublimating in air. The pellets are approx 0.5 - 1.0cm in diameter.
Date 2007. Uploaded 2007-03-17
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Author Richard Wheeler ( Zephyris) at en.wikipedia
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