Catherine Jones-Rock Candy

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Catherine Jones-Rock Candy

  1. 1. Rock CandyCatherine Jones
  2. 2. How is it made?? Rock Candy is made by separating the sugar molecularcrystal lattice and letting it build back together in newformations.
  3. 3. What it takes tomake Rock Candy1. 2 cups of water2. 4 cups of granulated sugar3. ½ tsp flavoring extract/oil4. Food coloring5. Glass jar6. thread
  4. 4. Chemistry Aspect Heating the water is important because all the sugarhas to dissolve at a given temperature making itsaturated. When the saturated solution cools down,it becomes super saturated . The sugar thenchanges from a liquid to a solid. When the energy isreleased, the bonding of the crystals becomes morerapid.
  5. 5. Important steps When the sugar becomes solid into crystals is the mainfactor of making the candy. Another important step isgetting the crystals out of their supersaturated state bystirring the sugar so it will begin to crystallize.
  6. 6.  Cooking sugar, water, and other indigentsat very high temperatures makes RockCandy. Because of this, the water boilsaway and the sugar remains in thesolution, due to its boiling point. Rock Candy is the recrystallization of purecane sugar.
  7. 7.  The food coloring was added in the1970s. In some countries, it was used for money,medicines, and art work. In the 18th century, Rock Candy was usedfor therapy.
  8. 8. http://www.exploratorium.edu/cooking/candy/sugar.htmlhttp://www.dewsworld.com/FRockCandy.htmlhttp://www.wabisabibaby.com/2010/rock-candy-patience-and-chemistry/

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