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Chemical Reaction Experiment - Salt Crystals

 
Salt Crystals
Materials you will need:

• Cup/Mug
• Table Salt
• Warm Water
• Magnifying Glass
• A Warm Sunny Spot
• A Small Bowl

 

salt crystals
 
Steps :

1. Pour a tablespoon of table salt into a mug or cup

2. Fill the cup a quarter of the way with warm water. Allow the table salt to dissolve.

3. Pour the salt and water mixture into a bowl bowl.

4. Place the bowl in a warm sunny spot for a few days to allow the water time to evaporate.

5. In a few days check to see if the water has evaporated and if so use your magnifying glass to see the salt crystals made by the solution.

                   

                     

                      

 
 
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