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  • I built a pressure vessel from aluminum and acrylic, and filled it by placing pieces of dry ice inside. The dry ice melts under high pressure, and forms a liquid and gas phase. When the vessel is heated, the CO2 becomes supercritical — meaning the liquid and gas phases merge together into a new phase that has properties of a gas, but the density of a liquid.

    Supercritical CO2 is a good solvent, and is used for decaffeinating coffee, dry cleaning clothes, and other situations where avoiding a hydrocarbon solvent is desirable for environmental or health reasons.

    If you have a suggestion for what I should do with the supercritical CO2, please leave a comment.

    CO2 can be liquefied in plastic bottle preforms:

    It may be important to open the container before all of the solid melts. When there is still some solid CO2 present, the pressure will be close to the triple point. Once the solid completely melts, the pressure will increase quickly to about 750 psi depending on the ambient temp. I really doubt those plastic containers could hold 750 psi.

    My first look at supercritical fluids:

    Another youtuber interested in supercritical CO2:

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    DIY Enchanted Fairy House Lamp Using Coke Plastic Bottles
    Hello, in this tutorial I show you how I made an enchanted fairy house lamp using nothing but coca cola plastic bottles, tin foil, paint, hot glue and paper clay (I used “Das modelling material” but you can use any paper clay or even a homemade paper clay – I have a video about that – https://youtu.be/_Ef-U6aZEoI ) This is a great way to teach children about recycling and also stimulate their creativity and imagination.

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    I first glued the bottles together in the position I wanted. Then I cut the bottoms of the bottles. Next step is to build the shape of the house using tin foil and hot glue. This is a fast way to achieve a basic volume that will be the base for our paper clay. We are also marking with tin foil the places where the windows will be on the plastic bottles. Considering it will be a lamp you should draw as many windows as you can so the light will come out nicely. I made some mushrooms under some of my windows. I used some metal wire from a hanger for the curly roofs and for the leaf from above the door. You should now have the general shape of your fairy house. Cover everything with paper clay. You can work in one layer or, if you are a beginner you should work in two layers, one for covering the surface and the second one for the details like windows, door, wood texture, bark, mushrooms, door steps, curly roofs. After the paper clay is dry you can easily add more details using tin foil and hot glue, like I did for some of the windows. Let everything dry. I used watercolors and acrylic paint for painting because I like working in layers and be able to change if I don’t like the way it looks. In the end you can seal the paint using some matte spray varnish. I placed some battery LED lights under the house. I recommend you use soft lights that will gently illuminate your windows so it looks like a real house. DON’T USE HOT LIGHTS!
    Music: “Accralate – The Dark Contenent” by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
    Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100341
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