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Snowflake Crystals

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on 17 March 2016

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Transcript of Snowflake Crystals

Snowflake Crystals
Fanny Zheng 504

Snowflakes
Snowflakes grow larger and larger as it falls to the ground.
Size of it
How is the Shape Made
The shape of the snowflake is made by the temperature and humidity.
If a snowflake passes through a warm air, and lands on a cold land, then it might cause freezing rain.
Effects of Snowflakes
Snowflakes begin to form when an extremely cold water droplet freezes onto a pollen or dust particle in the sky.
How it Forms
Fact
Snowflakes are an aggregation of ice crystals, or they are a single crystal.
The ice crystal begins to make the six arms of the snowflake as it falls to the ground.
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