The Chemistry of Snowflakes

Snowflakes

Every snowflake is different, except for the ones that aren’t. This short video from the American Chemical Society discusses the formation of snowflakes from the particle of dust that starts it all to the growth of the crystalline branches that make snowflakes so lovely.


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