for a chemistry project i am doing the production of fake snow...for this i need the formula or ratio of water to air so show how it is made...if anyone has any information about how fake snow is made (technical terms becasue most people know the bassist of snow production) then i would greatly apprechiate it.
i think the funniest thing in the world would be to see a fat girll whos a bitch just fall uncontrollably down a mountain-ATLANTISKI
that is true^ and pretty much all you need is for it to be less than freezing outside and spray mist into the air and it will freeze. also compressed air helps because when it expands it will cool rapidly to way under freezing... i did it last winter and it was pretty sweet
Camp Fortune in Quebec was the first ski area to implement/invent the snowmaking system
Snow can be made with water, and compressed air. Snow guns have whats called a 'nucleating nozzle(s)' that turns water into a nucleating agent that the bulk water source can freeze on(also with the help of tiny particles of matter found in natural water sources). Water can only freeze on a nucleus when the WET BULB temperature is appropriate- this is a combination of the air temperature and the relative humidity.
Snow guns are often towers to allow snow particles maximum hang time for freezing before hitting the ground
Dude, unless your teacher shreds, look up as much info as you can on google and then make the rest up. Just don't be lazy with explaining how the water droplets are turned to ice crystals by the air temp and the rushing wind since they teach science and will be familiar with that type of info. Remember that there is a reason they don't teach history.
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