Crystal Growing – Cool Science Experiment

Crystal Growing – Cool Science Experiment

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It's the time of year when everyone is searching for an amazing Science Fair project. Steve Spangler offers tips on how to get excited for your stud

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It’s the time of year when everyone is searching for an amazing Science Fair project. Steve Spangler offers tips on how to get excited for your students’ Science Fair and offers a cool demonstration to get you started!

About Steve Spangler…

Steve Spangler is a celebrity teacher, science toy designer, speaker, author and an Emmy award-winning television personality. Spangler is probably best known for his Mentos and Diet Coke geyser experiment that went viral in. Spangler is the founder of www.SteveSpanglerScience.com, a Denver-based company specializing in the creation of science toys, classroom science demonstrations, teacher resources and home for Spangler’s popular science experiment archive and video collection. Spangler is a frequent guest on the Ellen DeGeneres Show and Denver 9 News where he takes classroom science experiments to the extreme. For teachers, parents or DIY Science ideas – check out other sources of learning:

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    Just like Instant Ice

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    I wanna do that so bad

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    can someone help me out? when he put that thing in the fluid what was that fluid and what was the thing he put in there? please help me, really cool video

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    i love your videos

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    Seriously, where the heck does he get those awesome test tubes?

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    um. has he never seen rock candy before? you eat it off the stick, not stir it in your coffee. 

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    They trapped Elsa!!!

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    So this is how frozen did it…

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    Heh… Reminds me of Breaking Bad…

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    So when I eat rock candy I'm eating watermelon-flavored crystals?

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    How does he do this please reply

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    We made those for extra credit last year but we used food coloring

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    How do u make this

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    Is it just me, or does he remind anyone else of Gale Boetticher?

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    Wow that's amazing how do you do that I have to do a science project for my class tomorrow and Idk what to do it can be a project or an excitement can you please help me

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    ok a few questions:
    1)is it edible? 
    (2 is related to 1)
    2)does it have a taste?
    (3 is related to 1 and 2)
    3)does it taste salty or sweet?

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    Reali-life version of Heisenberg

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    You'd probably want to add just a tiny bit in the water before you add your salt. Also, make note that it could make the super-saturation even less stable. Add as much salt as what will dissolve, then heat it and continue adding your salt (probably a good idea to make sure it doesn't boil – maybe around, say 80 or 90 degrees C – and try to keep the temperature steady, as in plus or minus 5 degrees) until no more will dissolve. You can do this many times to find the right amount to dissolve.

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    I microwaved dog shit at school and now we have cameras

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    When I think of Crystal, I think of Pokemon Crystal right away

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    Learning Is Fun Because Knowledge Is Power!

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    Not sure if serious or trolling

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    which coffee do you eat it in tea or coffee

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    for real i didnt know

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    it's been 5 months, pretty sure he's dead

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    It is 5am. I should probably stop.

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    what is that watery stuff?

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    Hila glam ur so dirty minded!! Wat kind of parents do u have??!

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    LET ME SLEEP STEVE

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    Why so mean? He just asked a question? I guess this is youtube but still you got 181 likes….

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    since your hand would trigger that reaction, i guess you wouldn't be able to stick it in there.

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    Go be stupid somewhere else.

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    What's the intro song name?

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    heating it doesn't make it super saturated. Heating it, adding more and then allowing ti to cool makes it a super saturated solution.

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    i away thought it was ice

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    Sodium acetate… Sodium acetate… OH YEAH!! homemade handwarmers 🙂

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    its like a warm pack

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    its like a wat r

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