Quote by: Robert Winston

Carbon dioxide is unusual because it doesn't go through the usual three phases of matter, from solid to liquid to gas, but it goes straight from solid to gas. The volume of the gas is much greater than the volume of the solid. When a solid turns into a gas, we say it sublimes. The process is sublimation.

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Author Bio

  • NameRobert Winston
  • DescriptionBritish scientist
  • BornJuly 15, 1940
  • CountryUnited Kingdom
  • ProfessionTelevision Presenter; Politician