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Does sugar crystals grow faster in tap water or distilled water?

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asked by Eboni
  1. My best guess is that they grow easier in tap water because of the impurities that give rise to nucleation.

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  2. tap

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    posted by giselle
  3. I don't really know the answer but I think it is distilled because it is pure.

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  4. Do sugar crystals grow faster in tap water or distilled water ?

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    posted by Brenda
  5. idk #ithinktapwaterbecauseitistaplikeduhboyebyemypeeps;)

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  6. Distilled because tap has iron and chlorine!!!

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    posted by Teri
  7. Both because it can be either one

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