(Melissa-95, Austin-100, Alfredo-95, Azalea-100, Becky-80)
Problem: Melissa

Act. 1: What reaction does detergent, dry ice, and water create?
Act. 2:
What will the reaction of water and dry ice, while its covered up with a top?
Act. 3:
What would the reaction be when a balloon is placed on a bottle that has water and dry ice in it?
Hypothesis: Melissa
Act. 1:
I think the reaction of detergent, dry ice, and water, will be that the dry ice will make the detergent make bubbles, because when Mr. Garcia showed us Thursday morning the reaction of dry ice and water, smoke started to come out and you could hear how the water sounded like it was boiling.
Act. 2:
The reaction of dry ice and water when the lid is on might be that the lid will pop off, because based on the name of the activity "Popping Lids," it would be a good guess.
Act 3:
The reaction of the balloon would be that the balloon will pop, because the dry ice and water will make it inflate and then eventually pop.

Materials: Austin
--Dry Ice
--Erlenmyer flask
-- Hammer
--Plastic vial

Procedures: Alfredo Acevedo

Act 1-

First, Clean containers and measure

fill container with water, (half of the bottle).

Second, Add food coloring to the water in the container.

Third, Use hammer to break down ice to fit in the container.

Fourth, Put ice in the container and see what happens.

Fifth, Clean up, and do the second Act.

Materials: Bottle,water, dry ice food coloring.

Act 2-

First, Use different Container for the second Act.

Second, Add water to the container.

Third, Add food coloring to the container and mix well.

Fourth, Add the ice and place the top and close it.

Fifth, Clean up for next Act.
Materials : Plastic vial,water, food coloring, dry ice. - Austin

Act 3-

First, Get a new container, well clean.

Second, Measure the water, and fill it up halfway.

Third, Fill the container with the water we measured.

Fourth, Add the food coloring to the container, and mix well.

Fifth, Add all the dry ice to the container.

Sixth- Place the balloon on the top of the container so the gas that is being released can blow up the balloon.

Seventh- Hold the balloon in place and wait till it pops.

Eight- Pop the balloon if the dry ice already has stopped melted, and stopped releasing gas.

Ninth, Clean up lab station.
Materials: Bottle, water, balloon, food coloring - Austin

Act. 1: Observations (Azalea]
1st - The water turned yellow because of the food coloring that was added.
2nd - The water started to bubble after we inserted the ice.
3rd - A massive amount of bubbles were forming inside the bottle.
4th - Then the bubbles came to the point where they had come out of the container.

Activity One .

Act. 2: Observations (Azalea]
1st - The food coloring changed the color of the water.
2nd -The water started bubbling in the small container.
3rd - The water bubbled rapidly, suddenly the top popped.

Activity Two .

Act. 3: Observations (Azalea]
1st - The food coloring changed the color of the water.
2nd - The water began to bubble at a quick pace.
3rd - The balloon started growing to become very large.
4th - The balloon popped and the remains were splattered.

Activity Three .

Conclusion: Becky

Act 1: Our hypothesis was right. When we dropped the dry ice into the water with detergent the colored water started to bubble.
Act 2: In our second activity our hypothesis was right again. When we put the dry ice in our small container with the water and put the lid back on and when enough pressure built in the container the lid popped off.
Act 3: Our hypothesis on the last activity was right too except we had to pop our balloon. When we put the balloon on the top of the bottle it started to blow up the balloon right away.

2. Activity 1: Chemical change because once you add in the dry ice, the chemical properties change. Activity 2: Chemical change and physical change because when you add in the ice the chemicals change, and once the lid pops off it's physical change also. Activity 3: Chemical change because when you place the ice in the bottle the chemical properties change and physical change because when the balloon blew up it looked different.
4. Carbon Dioxide
5. Some of the movie sets use dry ice to make fog on the set.