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Liquid Nitrogen Show

Investigate properties of materials in this "cool" performance.
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  • Condensation cloud formed over a desk following dry ice added into hot water
  • Condensation cloud over a bowl of hot water formed via liquid nitrogen cooling the vapors
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Witness the many 'cool' liquid nitrogen demonstrations

Find out how solids, liquids and gases change when rapidly heated and cooled. 
Smash a squash ball! Shrink a balloon instantly!
What happens to living things if they are frozen?
How can Newton's 3rd Law of Motion explain a liquid nitrogen sprinkler?
Explore Charles Law using popping cans and expanding balloons.
Just what is the Leidenfrost effect anyway and more...

This holiday science show covers phase changes, expansion and contraction, basic cell theory, air pressure and the weather. Plus there's an option to make ice-cream...yum!

This performance can also be viewed as a LIVE web conference anywhere in the world!

What OOSH are saying about our science shows & workshops
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I liked the interaction with the children, level of control of children and interactive nature of the experiments. The ice cream was exciting for the children. The show was terrific and really maintained the children's attention. They listened so enthusiastically and were really excited by all the experiments. Thanks!

Bellevue Hill Before & After School Care; Liquid Nitrogen Show visit


A holiday science show for all ages

liquid nitrogen on a balloon
liquid nitrogen sprinkler

Science workshop experiments

Safety of cryogenic substances Liquid Nitrogen is - 196˚C, so what equipment must be used?
Fog breath Is water present in your breath? Condensation demonstration.
The shrinking balloon What happens to gases when rapidly cooled? Air pressure demo
Balloon blow up Blowing balloons up from the outside! Transferring heat energy.
Lid launcher  Expanding gases have a lot of force - why can this be a problem?
The flying glove Heating gases causes rapid expansion!
Ball smasher Why can rubber shatter? Glass transition phase demonstration
Banana hammer   Can plant material survive instant freezing?
Liquid Nitrogen sprinkler! Rapid expansion of Nitrogen can be utilised - what about water?
Cool lasers How are lasers used in atmospheric research?
Frozen bubbles Bubbles can give clues about our changing environment.
Cooling circuits Proving chemical reactions slow when cooled.
Leidenfrost effect Rapidly boiling liquids can hover over surfaces… how?
Levitating magnets See the power within superconductors; future research in action
Fizzics wins at the Australian Small Business Champion Awardstop 100 coolest company CILC Pinnacle Award
Australian Science Teachers Association


  • Appropriate for ages 5 and up
  • ​Maximum of 60 students per session.
  • Two tables in a well ventilated area.
  • Chairs are not required.
  • Duration 45 minutes.
  • Set up time 30 minutes and pack up time 30 minutes.


  • $480 inc. GST for a 45 minute show.
  • We can also make instant ice-cream for your center! This extends the workshop by 15 minutes. Additional cost of liquid nitrogen ice cream is $30 inc. GST per group of 30 students.
  • Available as a video conference at $150 inc. GST per class anywhere around the world.
Call 1300 856 828or use this form to enquire or make a booking for your site.

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For sites outside of metropolitan areas please contact us to discuss how this workshop can visit your site as part of a regional visit

We don't charge per site as we know that this causes an additional administrative load on your office. Most sites tend to fill the science workshops & shows based on our recommended maximum number of students. If you have any questions please contact us.
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