Why Do Crystals Form?

Answer

Crystal form due to a growing process called nucleation. Nucleation starts either with molecules themselves or with the aid of some solid matter which is already in the solution.
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1 Additional Answer
Crystals are formed from crystallization. Crystal molecules grow together in a liquid, usually water and temperature changes cause the molecules and the water to harden together forming a crystal.
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