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Denise Dang7th periodThe Effect of Crystal Growth Based on the Range of TemperatureIntroductionBackground Information and ResearchCrystals are a multiple solids made of molecules that are tiny littlepieces too small to be seen by a naked eye that have come together in aspecific repeated pattern due to chemical reaction The borax begins toattach onto a foundation piece ex pipe cleaners and start to stick oneach other This starts the growth of crystals forming into large pieceson top of each other until they become visible to the human eye whicheventually creates crystals When the molecules of the crystals cometogether the impurity unwanted product of chemical reaction does notfit the structure When a crystal is formed slowly enough theimpurities will be rejected from the crystal causing it not to fitcorrectly into the crystal and causes tiny impurities to float in thesolution If the solution cools too quickly the impurities will notreject the crystal and become trapped in the crystal causing the patternto be broken Crystal growth begins when the borax and the hot water are mixed tocreate the solution in the jar then overtime create crystals is by theprogress of recrystallization Recrystallization is occurred when thehot water solution cools The reason the crystals start to form iscaused by the heat of the water causing the borax to cool up and stickonto another solid in this lab we use a pipe cleaner Overtime the hotwater solution is dissolved in the water meaning the water hassolubility Eventually the water becomes foggy and the particles of theborax start to form on the pipe cleaner When the hot saturated solutionis cooled there are more solid borax than hot water in the solutionSince the solid can no longer stay dissolved in the water since thesolution has cooled some bits of the solid eventually fall out of thesolution To form crystals there is a method used to grow crystals known ascrystallization Crystallization is the formation of crystals through aprocess of transferring a solute from
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