Growing Rock Candy In Only a Few Hours!! Today I am going to demonstrate a technique I had developed to grow rock candy crystals in just a matter of a few hours, instead of the conventional several weeks.
This technique is quite simple, but we will be working with hot sugar liquid here, so this is only to be attempted by someone responsible, and qualified to do it safely. That means if your are just a kid, don't try this without Parent or guardian supervision. Now that is out of the way, we need to go over what we need. First thing we are going to need is a pot to cook the sugar solution in. We also are going to need a candy thermometer, in order to determine the stage at which the sugar solution is cooking at.
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