Dry Ice in Liquid States [closed]

If I melt the dry ice in a pool. I am thinking that Can I have bath without getting wet by melted dry ice?

closed as not a real question by Waffle's Crazy Peanut, Brandon Enright, Emilio Pisanty, dmckee♦Jun 3 '13 at 16:04

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• How are you defining wet? is 'wet' to you covered in water, or just any liquid? If youre using the water idea of wet then its impossibble to get wet from dry ice in liquid form because its chemical composition is not H20 – RhysW May 31 '13 at 10:32
• I dont understand what you are asking. – Dilaton May 31 '13 at 11:40
• If you want to get a bath and not get wet... that bath would be the last one you'd try. – Jerry May 31 '13 at 11:52

Are you ready to jump into a pool with pressure of about $50\times 10^5pa$ ??
Yes, $P_c$, critical pressure of carbon-di-oxide is about $5.1\ atm$, that too at about $-50^0 C$. So, a pool with liquid $CO_2$ will never be opened for a bath!
Also at room temperature this will go above $50atm!!$
Also If we consider your question as :Will liquid $CO_2$ wet any surface? Then answer would be probably yes.That is probably visible in vedio as well. Liquid $CO_2$ has a low surface tension.