|Jan31-05, 07:34 PM||#1|
How would someone go about creating a large NaCl crystal? Is there a special evaporation technique involved with a saturated solution?
As a side question why is sugar in crystal form? I mean isn't sugar a covalently bonded molecule?
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|Jan31-05, 10:43 PM||#2|
I do not know anything about your first question but I could ask you this, why are diamonds or any carbon molecules in crystal form since they too are composed of molecular Bonds...
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