Rocks and Minerals
What kind of rock has small holes full of sugar like crystals?
What do crystals need to grow?
Crystals that form from supersaturated solutions need a nucleus to grow onto, either the existing crystals or a different structure. Experiment To grow a sugar crystal, tie a string to a pencil. Balance the pencil horizontally on top of the jar full of sugar water, with the string hanging in it. After some time (hours), crystals of sugar will precipitate onto the string.
Asked in Chemistry
Is the sugar solution homogeneous or heterogeneous and why?
Homogeneous is mixed, like stirring sugar into a cup of tea or water. However, if you put one full teaspoon of sugar into 1/4 teaspoon of water, it would not mix completely-- the sugar would remain in a mostly granulated state. Or if you mixed sugar completely into a small amount of water and let the water evaporate, the sugar crystals would begin to fall to the bottom,e.g. separate from the mixture.
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What is the full name of the warden in 'Holes' by Louis Sacher?
Asked in Cooking Measurements, Volume, Coca-Cola
How many tablespoons of sugar are in a can of Coca Cola?
Asked in Movies, Holes - Novel and Movie
In the movie Holes what was Zero's real full name?
Asked in Genetics
What organelle is full of holes and flexible and thin?
Asked in Golf
How many holes does a full game of mini golf have?
Asked in Volcanoes
The extrusive igneous rock pumice contains many small holes Hypothesize how these holes might form?
how the holes may get there is from the hot lava or magma and since it is very hot it may cause the holes i am not to sure though about my answer. When rocks are heated to melting point, bubbles of gas can get trapped in them. When the rock cools, the gas is left as a hole. Volcanic rock is chock full of holes.