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Crystal experiments

  1. Apr 19, 2005 #1
    Well I know of the boil sugar, add then let it stick. You can form sugar crystals on the stick then eat them. Well im about 15 years to old to be doing that.

    What got my interest was this picture of "home grown Monoammonium Phosphate"

    So I was wondering. Are there any experiments I could play around with. Using products that are household.

    It's also VERY nice out right now. So it's alright for me to go outside, so don't stray on the less safe ones. Although I don't want to be creating explosive, poisonous, or very dangerous gases. Although radioactivity would be interesting :)
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  3. Apr 20, 2005 #2


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    I think that about.com has some chemistry experiments you can try out which are safe and practical. http://www.about.com and find the chemistry section.
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