A snowflake is either a single ice crystal or an aggregation of ice crystals which
falls through the Earth's atmosphere. They begin as snow crystals which develop
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When people say snowflake, they often mean snow crystal. The latter is a single
crystal of ice, within which the water molecules are all lined up in a precise ...
The Snow Crystal Morphology Diagram, shown on the right, indicates what kinds
of snow crystals grow at specific temperatures and humidity levels. This is ...
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Why do snow crystals form in such complex and symmetrical shapes? To see
why snowflakes look like they do, consider the life history of a single snow crystal,
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physics of snow crystal formation is a specific example of the.
A hexagonal prism is the most basic snow crystal geometry (see the Snowflake
Primer). Depending on how fast the different facets grow, snow crystal prisms can
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How do different temperatures affect snowflakes? Every snow crystal has a six-
sided (hexagonal) shape, but they come in all different arrangements and sizes.