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On Monday, Metea Accelerator students learned about Fermilab's neutrino research and made ice cream with liquid nitrogen.
Kids can make ice cream in the Learning Lab and sample liquid nitrogen ice cream during the super-cold Nitro stage show.
Stack tests check for emissions rates of carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, particulate matter, mercury, nitrogen dioxide, and/or volatile organic compounds, depending upon the type of facility.
Such releases have regularly triggered toxic algae outbreaks because lake water contains high levels of phosphorus and nitrogen from farm and urban run-off.
The Museum of Science And Industry: Get free ice cream made with liquid nitrogen at three locations in Chicago. 5.
These various solids, plus frozen water (oxygen and hydrogen), frozen ammonia (nitrogen and hydrogen) and frozen methane (carbon and hydrogen), are obvious ingredients for rocky and icy cores around which gas giants might accrete.
Instead, the gas trapped underground is as high as 10 percent helium, with nitrogen accounting for the rest.
Cocktails by beverage director Dan Beres and bar manager Ryan DeRosa include the Dippin' Dot Sour, a riff on a bourbon sour converted into frozen ice cream spheres with the help of liquid nitrogen.
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