Making a crystal from borax requires you to
cool down a mixture of borax and water.
When cooling this down, the borax is able to
become a crystal faster than the water becomes
ice. After cooling down this mixture, the borax
will become a crystal, and the water will be left
If you would like a crystal to form quickly,
you will need a lower temperature. With a
colder temperature, your mixture will get colder
much faster, and your borax will become a
However, since there is some dust and other
particles in your solution, the dust can get in
the way of your crystal. It will stop the
growth of a big crystal and make more smaller
crystals. Because you have less time for the
crystal to form, the borax will not be able to
avoid the dust and other particles when forming a
crystal. If you would like a big crystal, then you
want to give it plenty of time to cool down, so
a warmer temperature would work best.
In conclusion, a crystal will be formed
faster at low temperatures. At higher
temperatures, your crystal will form slower, but
will have more time to look pretty. I hope this
answers your question!
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