American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Solid carbon dioxide that sublimates at -78.5°C (-110°F) and is used primarily as a coolant.
- n. Carbon dioxide frozen in the solid state, used especially as a cooling agent and for the production of fog-like special effects. It sublimes at -78.5°C (-109.3°F) at normal atmospheric pressure.
- n. solidified carbon dioxide; dry ice sublimates at -78.5 C and is used mainly as a refrigerant
- A genericised trademark of Prest Air Devices (Wiktionary)
- Originally a trademark. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
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