Video: Emanuele Fornasier ran an electric current through various chemical solutions and recorded the reaction to reveal the formation of crystals. It's like seeing the birth of a snowflake. The process definitely looks fantastic but in reality, it's really, really slow. It can take hours or even days for the crystals to take shape.
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