Discuss this oxymoron in the comments below.
ice is dry..
U don’t say that ice is dry…i want facts
Ice is dry because it is the solid form of water. When it is purely ice, there is no moisture because it is in the solid state. The moisture, or condensation, from ice is in actually water from the melted ice.
Ice is frozen water, it’s not wet ice it’s just ice. Dry Ice is frozen Carbon Dioxide. Ice isn’t ‘Dry Ice’ because you can have ice with moisture on the outer layer, but Dry Ice can only exist at a temperature where nothing can exist without being air or solid.