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How do crystals form? How do crystals form?

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yes crystals do form underground

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All salts can form crystals.

big crystals form by molten rocks

When magma coos slowly, it allows large crystals to form. The process of evaporation helps to form crystals.

Halite crystals are salt crystals, and they form when water with lots of salt in it evaporates, leaving the salt behind in crystal form.

when water evaporates, as in a dry climate, ions that are left behind can come together to form crystals like the halite crystals. Or if too much of a substance is dissolved in water, ions can come together and crystals of that substance can begin to for in the solution.

Gatorade will form crystals faster because it contains electrolytes, which are a form of salt. Salts are crystals, thus your answer. Pure water will not form crystals at all unless it reacts with another substance.

If the magma cools slowly large crystals form and if the magma cools quickly then small crystals form

Crystals form from atoms of elements.

Sugar crystals form from over saturated sugar in the mixture.

They already are molecules but they all form crystals.

Not all substances form crystals; many are amorphous.

It is unusual for crystals to form on paper clips. Possibly if you use them to stir your coffee you might get sugar crystals.

Usually ionic compounds form crystals when in their solid state.

Large crystals form when magma cools.

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Many inorganic or organic compounds form crystals.

When magma cools fast, crystals are small.Less time to form crsytalsWhen magma cools slow, crystals are large.More time to form crystalsWhen magma cools very fast, crystals do not form; nothing.Very less time to formWhen magma cools very slow, large crystals form; a LOT.A lot more time to form

Sugar crystals are a solid form of sucrose.

they do not form when heated! they form crystals when they are frozen bu a freezer or room tempreature.

Small crystals or possibly no crystals at all form from rapidly cooling lava.


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