Add water to the mixture, sugar will dissolve, glass will not. Filter the liquid (the broken glass will be the residue) and evaporate to filtrate to get sugar.
It depends on the size of the crystals and the material in which the crystals. Diamonds are carbon crystals that are obviously expensive when they are large.
by forming bonds
If the magma cools down fastly the crystal size is small because the crystals do not have much time to form. If They magma slows down slowly the crystal size is big because it gives the crystals time to form! :D
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large crystals (that form from volcanoes) form when lava under ground gets separated from the main lava chamber and begins slowly cooling. Smaller crystals form when either, one: Volcanoes erupt and lava cools, or two: Lava under ground gets separated from main lava chamber close to the surface and cools fairly quickly.
diorite crystals are large and andesite crystals are small
Put them in the freezer overnight. The next day lower the large bottle in very warm water without allowing warm water to contact the small bottle. The overnight cold will contract the small bottle and the warmth will expand the large bottle. They may be easy to separate that way.
It depends on the type of igneous rock. Intrusive igneous rocks such as granite have large crystals, extrusive igneous rocks may have small crystals as in basalt or no crystals as in pumice.
When magma coos slowly, it allows large crystals to form. The process of evaporation helps to form crystals.
No. Basalt generally has small crystals.
Pumice does not have crystals. It is made of glass.
Igneous rocks will develop large crystals is they cool slowly underground.
Such rocks are called porphyritic.
There are LARGE CRYSTALS....
Large grains, and crystals