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18 April, 13:45

What happens if you cool the crystallization solution in a container of ice that is too big?

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  1. 18 April, 14:21
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    Crystallization is a physical change from liquid form to solid form. It is the opposite of melting. This is done by creating a supersaturated solution. You add more solute exceeding its capacity and heat so that all will dissolve. Then, when you cool it down with an aid of the ice, solid crystals will eventually form. The bigger the container the ice, the faster is the rate of crystallization and the bigger the solid crystals would be.
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