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 Why do crystals grow in sugar water?

Answer Crystals grow in sugar water when you leave a rough surface, such as a string or wooden stick, in a superconcentrated solution.StructureSugar is made up of tiny crystals, which you can see through ... Read More »
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Do sugar crystals grow faster in tap or distilled water?

The U.S Department of Energy weighed in on this question through its online education program, "Newton: Ask a Scientist." Dr. Harold Myron, a physicist and director of educational programs at Argon... Read More »
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Will plain water sugar water salt water or water with miracle grow make green beans grow the most in 12 days?

it will b way easier if u did an experiment that way u'll b sur about the answer 2 that question
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Do salts grow faster than sugar crystals?

In cases where crystal growing conditions are equal between samples of salt and sugar crystal growing solutions, salt crystals form more quickly. Sugar crystals tend to have a greater density and t... Read More »
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Do plants grow better in saltwater, sugar water or tap water?

Tap water is the best answer. Depending on the dilution, salt water can cause a physiological drought within the plant. Sugar water can benefit a plant as an energy source, however, too much will e... Read More »
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