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Rock candy - Wikipedia

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Rock candy (also called rock sugar) is a type of confection composed of relatively large sugar crystals. This candy is formed by allowing a supersaturated ...

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Jun 3, 2010 ... How to make your own rock candy (sugar crystal candy) .... If you've made it to FAQ #12 and still don't have your question answered, then you ...

MAKE YOUR OWN ROCK CANDY - ScienceBob.com

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It's easy to make your own Rock Candy! Explore the ... When you mixed the water and sugar you made a SUPER SATURATED SOLUTION. This means that the ...

3 Ways to Make Rock Candy - wikiHow

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Pour the solution into the glass or jar where you plan to grow your rock candy crystals. The glass or jar should be tall and cylindrical and made of glass--plastic  ...

Rock Candy Recipe | Exploratorium

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Notice that the shapes of the rock candy crystals are very similar to those of the sugar crystals. That's because rock candy is made up of many sugar crystals that  ...

Science of Candy: Rock Candy: What's Going On? - Exploratorium

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recipe: Rock Candy What's Going On? ... The rock candy crystals grow molecule by molecule. Your finished rock candy will be made up of about a quadrillion ...

The Sweet Science of Candymaking - American Chemical Society

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When you return, you will find… rock candy. Rock candy has a unique texture. It is made of large chunks of flavored sugar that you can crunch in your mouth.

When Science is Sweet: Growing Rock Candy Crystals

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Chemistry Science Fair Project: Investigate how using a seed crystal changes the growth rate of sugar crystals when making rock candy.

Rock Candy Crystals

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Rock Candy Crystals. Purpose: 1. Collect data by observing and measuring. Background Information: A crystal is a body that is formed by the solidification.

Rock Candy | Discovery Kids

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Make your own rock candy! ... Cube-shaped sugar crystals form on the string — you've made rock candy! Why this happens: Water molecules move slowly up ...