They can be found in many caves. Or in water.
At the polar ice caps (Arctic and Antarctic)...lots and lots of ice crystals
caves, outer space, in the ocean
no. im asking the question
because nothing in nature is flawless, crystals either grow from minerals or form under lots of pressure and heat
Gold naturally mixes with copper and silver. So gold in nature is usually 16k to 22k . That is to say 60 to 90% pure. In addition gold is usually found in quartz rocks. It usually looks like large salt crystals. Some very nice looking nuggets can be found and bought with the crystals
It is found in nature being from burping and the other end
Chlorine is not found in the nature in his elemental form.
Disagree. Most minerals are found in nature as complex mixtures of various elements, rather than as pure crystals. Pure crystals are relatively rare and often require highly specific conditions to form. Many minerals are formed through a combination of different elements and can have impurities or be present in different forms.
There is no specific reason for it, it is just an occurrence of nature.
crystals are found in every country on the planet
the names of the types of crystals found in france?
Crystals are found in every country on the planet.
diorite crystals are large and andesite crystals are small
There are really crystals. That is the nature.
Sugar and salt crystals are probably found in every kitchen.
Crystals are found in all countries.