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Growing Salt Crystals. - Jose Pino's Projects and Tidbits. I saw a "Crystal growing" kit at the store one week ago, it shows nice and colorful crytals for science projects. I wonder; Why I should pay $10.00 USD just to see crystal growing? Using common salt and water, I can grow my own crystals. Not fancy crystals and colorful like the $10.00 one, but looks interesting anyway. Salt (NaCl) crystal structure is highly ionically bonded.
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One Penny One Minute Science Activity When I was a kid I accidentally saw little dots in my vision when squinting in bright light. Later, I discovered that I was actually seeing stuff floating around in the fluid of my eye. Bob Colbertson told me a quick and easy way to see them. Take a piece of aluminum foil—at least big enough to cover one eye—and crumple it up into a ball. Open it back up again. The wrinkles make tiny holes (use cheap foil, not the “heavy duty” kind).
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