Tales from the Prep Room: Argon IceThe Royal Institution
- Video description
- 8 years ago
- 273,470 views
- 2,758 likes
- 340 comments
At room temperature Argon is an inert gas, requiring temperatures of below -189.3 degrees Celsius to freeze into a solid. The temperature range at which Argon exists as a liquid is extremely narrow (three/ four degress). As it begins to melt under room temperature it passes into its gas state almost instaneously.
Keep an eye out for more Tales from the Prep Room on the Ri Channel: http://richannel.org/collections/2011...
The Ri is on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ri_science
and Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/royalinstitution
Subscribe for the latest science videos: http://richannel.org/newsletter
- Related videos