How Are Salt Crystals Formed?


Salt crystals can be formed when a saline solution slowly evaporates. During evaporation, the salt concentration reaches a point where it can't remain in solution. At this point, the salt falls out of the solution to form crystals.
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How to Form a Salt Crystal
You can use salt or sugar to create crystal chunks using a simple household item setup. As the water evaporates from the container, the molecules from the dissolved granules cling together to form a large crystal. While sugar crystals are popular because... More »
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