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Yes. Different kinds of salt can make different kinds of crystals

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Salt crystals are made from salt, and sugar crystals are made from sugar. These are two very different materials as salt is a mineral and sugar is an organic compound.


Yes, if you boil salt water away, you will be left with salt crystals.


You can eat some kinds of crystals... salt crystals and sugar crystals, for example. It's probably not a good idea to eat, say, quartz crystals, though.


make a procedure about the salt crushed


for sugar crystals mix it with sugar cubes-boiled in water salt crystals- you simpley add salt. until, it turns into a simple solution.



Sure Or you could use almost any other common source of salt (Sodium Chloride). Rock Salt, icemelt salt, water softener salt. Keep in mind: There are two types of table salt. Iodized and non-iodized. You would get purer crystals using non-iodized salt than using iodized salt, but perhaps it wouldn't make a big difference. "No-Salt" is typically Potassium Choloride. It is a different type of salt. Looking at photos, it looks like they both make a cubic crystal, but perhaps they would be different. You could also easily grow sugar crystals. Epson Salt is Magnesium Sulfate and will also work. Each substance may give slightly different crystals.


Evaporating water from the salt solution.


Different types of large crystals include snowflakes, diamonds, and table salt. Other crystals include amber, calcite, emerald, and garnet.


because that is what the salt crystals are made of


acidic salt basic salt normal salt


Salt crystals may reflect light like a diamond, but salt crystals are not diamonds.


The table salt crystals are more tightly packed together than the epsom salt, and epsom salt crystals are dryer and thinner then the table salt crystals.


Crystals of salt are face-cubic centered.


what is the conclusion for salt crystals



Sugar has distinct crystals that look different from salt grains. While salt also has crystals, they are smaller in size that sugar based ones.


Table salt crystals are cubical, Epsom salt are prisms.


no. salt crystals are made out of elements


no. There is only crystals in salt


When mixed, it is a solution. If left to sit, the salt can partially distill out of the solution. If the water is left to evaporate, there will be crystals.


No you can make some crystals with table salt by making a saturated solution look how to do it on line


Salt crystals grow faster because, i found crystals with high amounts of salt that grow faster. I have done this experiment myself and my salt crystals grew way faster than sugar crystals.


Yes it does. The water evaporates off leaving salt crystals behind. Depending on how fast you evaporate the water, different sizes of crystals are formed. The slower you evaporate, the larger the crystals.


they are because the sugar crystals have syrup on them to make them sweet



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