Making Sugar Crystals
- Learn how long it takes for sugar crystals to form, based on how saturated the sugar/water solution is.
- Learn how changes in the saturation level affect the rate at which crystals form.
Materials and Equipment / Ingredients
- 2 Cups Of Water
- 3½ Cups Of Sugar
- 1 Cup Measuring Cup
- 4 12 Oz Drinking Glasses
- 4 Pencils Or Coffee Stirrers
- 4 8 Inch Strings
- 4 Paper Clips
- 1 Stirring Spoon
- 1 Tablespoon Measuring Spoon
- Camera (Optional)
- Tea Kettle or Large Microwaveable Bowl
- 4 Pieces Of Masking Tape
- Stove or Microwave to Heat Water
* These materials are all common household supplies.
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