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Rock Candy

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on 10 February 2016

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Transcript of Rock Candy

Rock Candy
by: William Schuele

Adding some food coloring.
The water absorbed as much sugar as possible.
Day 3
Conclusion
Origin
Rock candy world
Boiling
How does a supersaturated solution work?
When a solution is heated (in this case water) it is able to absorb more solute (sugar) than it normally would. The supersaturated solution is unstable and as it cools the sugar begins to precipitate (come out of) the solution forming crystals.
Candied sugar has it origins in Iran.
In the 9th century Islamic writers
described the production of candy
sugar, where crystals were grown as a
result of cooling supersaturated sugar
solutions

watching the sugar dissolve in the boiling
water.
Let the sugar
crystallize.
Day 1
Day 2
Yellow one is crystallizing.
Day 4

What happens
when Dad is left
alone.
Making rock candy is science
that tastes good.
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