Crystals are everywhere in nature — from the jewelry on your fingers to the salt in your salt shaker. These brilliant structures are as complex as they are beautiful, and provide some of the strongest chemical bonds in science. How then, exactly, do crystals form in the wild? Well, the process can sometimes take years, but this quick science experiment will show you how it works in just a matter of minutes. Plus, you can make them in your house.
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