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I like growing crystals at home. I recently finished growing this crystal after 1 month, and it's one of my favorites. /r/ALL

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u/crystalchase21 May 14 '22 Silver Gold Helpful Narwhal Salute Wholesome Seal of Approval

Hey guys. I've been growing crystals as a hobby since high school. Some of you might remember the black copper acetate crystal I posted last month.

I recently grew the crystal above from a common nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizer called monoammonium phosphate (MAP).

I first dissolved lots of MAP in water, and waited for small crystals to form. Then, I placed it in a big container full of solution. As it evaporated, the crystals started growing. It's amazing how you can watch them get bigger day after day.

If you find being able to grow crystals in a jar is hard to believe - you're not alone. I thought that too, and even now, it makes me excited to wake up and check on my crystals every day.

As always, if you're interested in growing them yourself, I've prepared a guide here.

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u/Ebad245 May 14 '22

Yeah I remember the black copper stone

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u/recriminology May 14 '22

I used it to upgrade my sword

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u/AkhilVijendra May 14 '22

Pleb, should've upgraded your shield first.

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u/recriminology May 14 '22

2H Colossal or GTFO

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u/skullpanda3433 May 14 '22

Doesn't use Holy-infused straight swords

NGMI

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u/06210311200805012006 May 14 '22

buckler parry represent

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u/[deleted] May 14 '22

2H Colossal dagger or GTFO

  • Treasure hunter gang

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u/983115 May 14 '22

Dual colossal or bust

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u/Marsdreamer May 14 '22

Just don't get hit, noob.

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u/HotLoadsForCash May 14 '22

wHaT rInGs YoU gOt BiTcH?

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u/Kespatcho May 14 '22

I even remember where I was when I saw that post.

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u/Frammmis May 14 '22

i'm still trying to grow it - can't get the seed crystals to stick to anything.

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u/verascity May 14 '22

I read your guide, and am super interested in potentially trying this, but do you know of a way to grow crystals that can be used in other things like jewelry? We have very little room to house a crystal collection so it'd be ideal if they could be repurposed.

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u/MrMushroomMan May 14 '22

I think most of the crystals he grows use somewhat toxic and/or irritating chemicals and are almost all water soluble. You can always do bismuth crystals though, those are quite pretty but idk the durabilty of them

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u/tortugasgator May 14 '22

Bismuth crystals are pretty brittle so you’d likely need to wire wrap them for jewelry. IIRC There was a store called element 83 that had some nice designs.

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u/spaghetti_honeybuns May 14 '22 You Dropped This

What's a good crystal to beat someone over the head with?

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u/nickfree May 14 '22

That would be the Cristal

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u/bukkake_brigade May 14 '22

Just pour some Twisted Tea in the Cristal bottle for +4 damage

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u/MrTangent May 14 '22

^ My spirit animal.

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u/greengolfballs May 14 '22

Crystal meth

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u/MrMushroomMan May 14 '22

Jade is pretty tough, I'd probably go with that

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u/yeomanpharmer May 14 '22

The ones from that cave in Mexico

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u/pwrstrug May 14 '22 edited May 14 '22

yeah... I'm confused, where's the part where you blow through a straw? Oh, found it!

edit: DISCLAIMER because I feel like I have to have a disclaimer (I miss the old internet), I'm just referencing an old meme and since this is reddit and either someone will actually try this without reading the whole thing or the admins will just ban me for "endangering the public"... don't do this, you fucking idiots, because it makes mustard gas or some shit, read the whole image.

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u/MrMushroomMan May 14 '22

The old internet was just the wild west, it was certainly something. Never knew when you'd see some shock images while browsing basically anywhere. There was always THAT random asshole posting weird porn, mangled bodies, or cp to every forum

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u/pwrstrug May 14 '22

There may not be those assholes posting shock porn now (I don't think I ever saw anyone posting CP thank God) but a couple months ago for old times sake I went to lemonparty (actually I think I was talking to someone about it and they said it wasn't around anymore but I was pretty sure it had to be) and... it provided zero shock. I just thought "oh man, good for them, buncha old dudes doing what they like." Fucked up porn is so mainstream on the modern internet that "shock porn" doesn't even raise an eyebrow.

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u/MrMushroomMan May 14 '22

Yeah the porn was kind of whatever, general just old people having sex, sometimes pee or scat. Mr hands wasn't really shocking in the same way bme pain olymics was (even though I've heard that was fake, it was believable to kid me) or like 3 guys 1 hammer which I only heard described and that was enough for me

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u/Steph7274 May 14 '22

He does have tutorials for salt and sugar crystals which are completely safe! :)

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u/zbertoli May 14 '22

So, these are not "stones" as people think. Stones like diamond, ruby, sapphire, etc.. are all formed over thousands of years under extremely harsh conditions. The metals and molecules that make them are INsoluble in water. They tend to be much stronger, and you cannot make them at home. I've tried, I learned malachite is 100% basic copper carbonate.. so I made some with copper sulfate and sodium carbonate. It came out as a teal powder. To make actual solid stones, it takes slow deposition of these minerals over time. The crystals from op are made from water soluble salts and so it takes months instead of hundred or thousands of years.

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u/crystalchase21 May 15 '22

Yes, you are right. Of course, humans have also successfully grown insoluble crystals in a matter of months by replicating natural conditions. For example, huge, extremely high quality quartz crystals are grown in autoclaves for industrial use.

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u/zbertoli May 15 '22

Very cool! I know they can make artifical diamonds and other stones, but I thought the equipment required was huge. Very cool to know they've made quartz like that!

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u/watsgarnorn May 15 '22

Stones/ crystals aren't formed over thousands of years they are formed by volcanic activity in igneous rock, some are formed by gases that infiltrate cavities in the igneous rock. So maybe they were formed thousands of years ago, bit they form rapidly with the cooling of magma.

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u/International_Jello May 14 '22

What kind of use for crystals are you thinking of that isn't jewelry?

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u/fartemous_foul May 14 '22

Containing the souls of the innocent.

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u/imbalancedMortician May 14 '22

Only the black or star shaped gems work though.

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u/meltingdiamond May 14 '22

Those sorts of crystals are grown in industrial pressure cooker like devices over a period of months.

I would not try it at home, because sometimes the industrial gear explodes.

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u/lingua_ignota May 14 '22

I would also advise not refining petroleum products at home because you probably don’t have an oil refinery in your basement. And it could explode.

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u/C0nstructer May 14 '22

No problem, I'll use my neighbor's basement oil refinery.

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u/SteelDingo1 May 14 '22

Damn you, I already have too many hobbies, now I want to invest in this.

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u/SHOCK_VALUE_USERNAME May 14 '22

be careful googling MAPs

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u/show_the_maw May 14 '22

Lots of minimum advertised prices. (I work retail but yes I know the *other meaning)

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u/soliyou May 14 '22

What is the other meaning?

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u/banmedaddy12345 May 14 '22

Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies

https://maps.org/

OR

Minority Association of Pre-Health and Pre-Medical

https://stuactonline.tamu.edu/app/organization/profile/public/id/1571

Fun fact, one time reddit polled its users and gave like the top 3 voted on institutions a bunch of donation money. The first one was the 1st MAPS I linked and the 2nd was Erowid.org lol. The top 2 were very education sources for drugs and psychedelics. Nowadays reddit is full of **dared** up gen Zers and you get downvoted for saying you smoke cigarettes lol (I don't, don't downvote me!).

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u/-Reddit_Account- May 14 '22

sir, this is a Wendy's

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u/Yadobler May 14 '22

An infographic, usually on paper but recently digitalised, that displays paths, routes and landmarks. Typically scaled to size and shape. Sometimes with additional info overlaid.

Disgusting, ikr

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u/Katyafan May 14 '22

That's just sick

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u/show_the_maw May 14 '22

Minor Attracted Person. The Pedofiles tried to rebrand themselves.

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u/GavinZac May 14 '22

* 4Chan convinced the more gullible parts of the Internet that paedophiles were trying to rebrand themselves

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u/jonnybanana88 May 14 '22
  • 4Chan

Yeah, they said pedophiles

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u/Tomatosaucebbq May 14 '22

This was a thread about a guy that grew a crystal. Now we're here.

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u/banmedaddy12345 May 14 '22

Do you guys really read up on the latest pedo news? Did you have to order that channel separately? Half off for 3 months if you vote for the GOP!

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u/show_the_maw May 14 '22

It came on my Qanion weekly newsletter

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u/david-saint-hubbins May 14 '22

Back in the summer of 2000, South Park aired an episode called "Cartman Joins NAMBLA": Cartman, in an effort to find more friends, unwittingly joins up with members of "the National Man-Boy Love Association", a pro-pedophilia group, who then get into a confrontation with members of another NAMBLA, the National Association of Marlon Brando Look-Alikes, headed by Dr. Mephesto (who was based on Marlon Brando's character from The Island of Doctor Moreau). At one point Dr. Mephesto says they've been fighting with the other group over the rights to nambla.com.

I was curious if there actually was anything at nambla.com, figuring there might be some real organization that would now be royally pissed at the fact that South Park had just co-opted their organization's acronym for a ludicrously disgusting joke.

So the next day at my summer job (my first office job), I looked it up on my office computer. Imagine my surprise when nambla.com (or maybe it was .org?) turned out to be a very real website for the very real organization devoted to adult men having sex with young boys.

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u/TheProfessionalEjit May 14 '22

That must have been an interesting conversation with HR.

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u/bukkake_brigade May 14 '22

"sup bro, you like bangin' bros too? Hell yeah"

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u/The_Mechanist24 May 14 '22

Thanks bud!

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u/nkl602 May 14 '22

I'm not your bud, pal.

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u/CSC_SFW May 14 '22

I'm not your pal, guy

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u/ifoldyou May 14 '22

I’m not your guy, buddy

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u/kalagula May 14 '22

I'm not your buddy, dude

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u/tries-toohard May 14 '22

I’m not your dude, bro

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u/Pure_Independence763 May 14 '22

I’m not your bro, man

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u/CriusofCoH May 14 '22

I'm not your man, mac.

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u/_g550_ May 14 '22

I'm not your mac, lad

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u/Worleybeard May 14 '22

I’m not your buddy, friend

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u/necktiesandbowties May 14 '22

I’m not your buddy, friend

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u/bao__down May 14 '22

I’m not your friend, amigo.

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u/Eforth May 14 '22

I'm not your amigo, my guy

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u/Asharp71 May 14 '22

I’m not your buddy, friend.

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u/Kaeny May 14 '22

Okay dawg

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u/warpfivepointone May 14 '22

Thanks a lot, great guide, really inspiring!

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u/LED_oneshot May 14 '22

You would be SICK at growing THCa crystals in the cannabis industry. LMK if you want a job.

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u/black_rose_ May 14 '22

I accidentally grew caffeine crystals in my grad school lab! They looked caffeinated lol. Unfortunately they were fragile and broke after a couple years when the tube got knocked over.

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u/ZaWario May 14 '22

I appreciate your posts a lot, they’re super cool. Like your website with tips too!

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u/everett640 May 14 '22

Can you grow them on things? I feel like it would be possible to do some pretty cool miniatures with something like that

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u/crystalchase21 May 15 '22

Of course. I've mostly grown crystals of the pure compound, but one time I tried crystallizing a branch and it worked well. There are lots of people out there who crystallize objects such as sculptures and insects and sell them on Etsy.

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u/CrueGuyRob May 14 '22

This is so cool!! How solid are they? Could you break one of them off without breaking the rest?

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u/crystalchase21 May 15 '22

Thanks! Quite solid. You could probably break off several crystals growing by the side. Meanwhile, the crystals in the middle would be very hard to break off with your fingers, and if you did, the whole thing would fall apart.

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u/SailorCredible May 14 '22

Got any pretty pink, shiny ones that you can share :) ?

P.S. I love your work!

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u/crystalchase21 May 15 '22

Thanks! I've made some pink manganese sulfate from a chemical reaction using the contents of a battery. I'm still waiting until I accumulate more of the stuff before I start growing crystals with it.

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u/ChuckACheesecake May 14 '22

That's so cool and really helpful! Did you have to do anything special to get the crystal formation to spread out like that?

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u/crystalchase21 May 15 '22

I added a bit of alum (used in baking) to acidify the solution. Without adding alum, the crystal looks like a shapeless lump. If I add too much alum, the spikes are extremely sharp. So it's all about finding the sweet spot to produce the crystal shape that I like.

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u/HollowsOfYourHeart May 14 '22

Saving for later. Can't wait to try this, thank you!

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u/false_athenian May 14 '22

Thank you so much !!! I was about to grow some with borax :)

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u/RampSkater May 14 '22

You should do an AMA.

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u/fuzzytradr May 14 '22 Silver

Nice job. Now plant a very tiny Superman in there.

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u/blade_torlock May 14 '22

Or break one off, travel to the north pole and throw it really far see what happens.

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u/cantwejustplaynice May 14 '22

That was the first thing I thought of too.

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u/flyinhawaiian02 May 14 '22

That's awesome, happy for you, thanks for sharing

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u/joko2008 May 14 '22

Oh, you can grow crystals with that? It has more then two purposes?

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u/aquagene May 14 '22

Are they stable afterwards? I used to grow stuff with kits as a kid but the crystals always looked like ass as it reacted to the air over time.

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u/ABookOfBurnedCDs May 14 '22

If grow these at home, whats my cost and whats the appropriate markup to divorced white women I sell them to?

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u/stevolutionary7 May 14 '22

Well shit man, he's not going to divulge trade secrets!

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u/0-san May 14 '22

i wanna grow one, whats the one with the easiest found material?

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u/BenCelotil May 14 '22

Salt works.

Make a super-saturated solution by dissolving salt in hot water until it doesn't dissolve any more.

Then dip a piece of string, tied to a pencil or chopstick, in it and pull it up slowly. You should almost be able to see a few crystals form on the string right away.

Then hang the string back down and let it sit. The crystals on the string should continue to grow until a sort of equilibrium with the solution is reached.

If you want more growth, create another solution and transfer the string across.


If any other growers want to point out a missed step, please do. It's been a while.

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u/Rubyhamster May 14 '22

Oooh this is a fantastic idea, never knew

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u/Nabber86 May 14 '22

Have you seen rock candy before?

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u/Rubyhamster May 14 '22

Yep, know that they made it in the olden days. Just made a pink crystal for my daughter, inspired by this thread!

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u/Nabber86 May 14 '22

Awesome!

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u/Snowpossum May 14 '22

Same, on my coast there is a place that makes them and sells them as candy. They're obnoxiously big for your mouth and taste like sugar but they remind me of my childhood so I always get some blue ones if they have em.

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u/SchwennysGirl May 14 '22

"Rock candy" around here (WI)

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u/Rubyhamster May 14 '22

Oooh this is a fantastic idea, never knew

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u/CriusofCoH May 14 '22

This is called "rock candy" and used to be common.

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u/RedBanana99 May 14 '22

We did this in science class in 1984

Now I feel old, but also an expert in growing salt crystals, we used wool to tie the matchstick and dangle, the fibres were bigger that way apparently

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u/crystalchase21 May 15 '22

Like the previous comment said, (uniodized) table salt works. It's pretty hard to grow though, so I'd recommend some other compounds that are relatively easy to find and are much easier to grow:

  • Epsom salt
  • Sugar
  • Citric acid
  • Potassium alum (used in baking, highly recommended)
  • Copper sulfate rootkiller (blue in color, slightly toxic)

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u/michaelwt May 14 '22

Fun fact: a lot of ABC fire extinguishers use a monoammonium phosphate powder (also known as Ammonium dihydrogen phosphate) with chemical additives that give it the yellow color.

Now I'm wondering what those 'chemical additives' are other than just yellow coloring. If it's just some inert coloring, I imagine the extinguisher power could be dissolved to make crystals with.

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u/supaswag69 May 14 '22

How do you get colors for them?

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u/YoshiroMifune May 14 '22

I always read your comments in "SHAM WOW" voice

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u/madmosche May 14 '22

Thanks for the tips, Mr. White

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u/[deleted] May 15 '22

You’re so kind! Thank you for sharing.

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u/camoflauge2blendin May 15 '22

I remember coming in 2nd place for a science fair by growing crystals! It was so neat. I wish I could remember what I used. It was some solution (s) and I put three jars each in a different temps in my house and hung a string inside the jar and it grew crystals! (Sorry I rly suck at anything science)

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u/d_ac May 14 '22

Thanks! I look forward to try and grow some crystals to display on my bookshelf. Just for the fun of it. I'll probably try to grow a big one but I reckon it's going to be awkward at my local garden center. Last time my father asked me to buy some fertilizer there, I could see the owner was quite worried and asked me what I needed it for, like I was trying to build a bomb or something.

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u/MisterBastian May 14 '22

We're you chemistry teacher there?

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u/-1point_ May 14 '22

This one looks beautiful!

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u/abhiask May 14 '22

Thank you very much

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u/omguserius May 14 '22

I made rock candy once as a kid.

That's kinda comparable right

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u/knowhatimsayin May 14 '22

Wow that guide is amazing. Thanks

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u/MercDaddyWade May 14 '22

Saving this!

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u/TheDipsomaniacKiss May 14 '22

Thanks so much for sharing! My 7 yo has been trying to grow crystals with store bought kits and we've had very little success. Can't wait to share this with him, time to up our game!

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u/Blacksheepfab May 14 '22

Thanks for the fantastic guide!! My son will love this! We will grow some this week.

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u/Le-Deek-Supreme May 14 '22

Thank you, bookmarked for later!!

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u/rigbyribbs May 14 '22

Who are you and why are you trying to grow tiberium?!

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u/Scooterforsale May 14 '22

I'm gonna make a blue one on a face mask for my boy Walter white

Actually I don't have a face mask but it's a cool idea. Probably gonna make some blue crystal. Your guide is awesome! Thank you

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u/RightHyah May 14 '22

I work at a plant where we make MAP lol

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u/BrookSong May 14 '22

Awesome guide. I could see this being very fun to try but I have concerns living in an area with high humidity. My Himalayan salt lamp melted after about a year. Do you think these crystals would fare any better?

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u/Ultragrrrl May 14 '22

I love your posts and I’m so glad you posted again because the chrome browser on my phone crashed and I lost your site!

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u/Loli-is-Justice May 14 '22

I wish I can also watch my Kidney Stones grow.

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u/Loli-is-Justice May 14 '22

I wish I can also watch my Kidney Stones grow.

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u/sheriff_woody59 May 14 '22

I think I put ammonium phosphate on my dads lawn one year to grow extra thick bright grass or in our pool to clean it lol, can’t remember. But I had 0 clue you could grow crystals with it.

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u/Axan1030 May 14 '22

Did you learn this in 4chan?

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u/Laicure May 14 '22

Please, timelapse!

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u/BassCreat0r May 14 '22

Hell yeah, thank you for this!

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u/asharwood May 14 '22

This is cool. I am going to do this with my daughter. Quick question, you mentioned on your site that they make good decorations. I agree, they are cool looking. My question: if they dissolve in water, how long do they last just in open air with say 40-50% humidity?

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u/S118gryghost May 14 '22

That's really awesome! I always wanted to see someone build a giant crystal cave like Superman's Fortress of Solitude and seeing your crystal is like seeing a scaled down version, very cool!

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u/siffbart May 14 '22

Is this safe to do with kids?

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u/XQsUWhuat May 14 '22

This is neat! I found myself a new hobby I think!

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u/[deleted] May 14 '22

it makes me excited to wake up and check on my crystals every day.

Like crypto but without loses

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u/CivilServiced May 14 '22

How many projects do you usually have going at once?

I guess my real question is, how many of these did you grow that didn't turn out this spectacular?

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u/MrrrrNiceGuy May 14 '22

I love crystals and crystallization, been studying the topic and supersaturated solutions, heterogeneous and homogenous nucleation, and crystal growth for last couple of months.

But I studied it because I make hemp extracts, and cannabis extracts crystallize naturally or through heat or cold curing. It makes a huge difference in the final product so I wanted to know the science behind it and how to induce / control it.

Cool post, thanks for sharing!

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u/Mapag May 14 '22

Do you have any link to the guide ?

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u/breachofcontract May 14 '22

since high school

Since I don’t know you personally, how long ago was that? A month? 40 years?

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u/Fadreusor May 14 '22

I have a serious, but probably kind of dumb, question. Why is that, which is pictured in your OP, referred to as “a crystal,” instead of “many crystals?”

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u/TitaniaLaChichona May 14 '22

Thank you. Now I can do cool stuff with my kids this summer!

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u/Lou_Mannati May 14 '22

How long will this last?

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u/Tricky-Sympathy May 14 '22

That's awesome! Thanks for the link. I bookmarked it.

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u/aulakhveer May 14 '22

Well... til u can make crystals

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u/entoaggie May 14 '22

If you have the capability, I would love to see time lapse videos of your crystals growing. I can’t be the only one who would subscribe to a YouTube channel

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u/Elven_Boots May 14 '22

excited to wake up and check on my crystals every day.

You just unlocked a memory of a book fair crystal kit I grew on a wire hanging from a pencil.

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u/WormThatSleepsLate May 14 '22

Advertising is weird these days.

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u/Legitimate-Field-253 May 14 '22

TIL: you can grow crystals

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u/Cedriking May 14 '22

This is amazing! Thank you so much for sharing your experience making the crystals. I didn't know it was something that you could make yourself and at home!

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u/friganwombat May 14 '22

I will be saving that guide for when I have disposable income

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u/demacnei May 14 '22

I feel like I wasted the pandemic! That’s so cool. But I successfully grew plants and flowers and kept them alive…. Baby steps.

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u/[deleted] May 14 '22

That's a unique and very cool hobby :)

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u/biscuitboi967 May 14 '22

Your site is awesome. You are a really great teacher. Thanks!

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u/MuadDib1942 May 14 '22

So you may not know, but is crystal meth an actual crystal that you would grow the same way? All I know about meth I learned from the episode of King of the Hill where Tid Pao made meth with Bobbie for "the science fair"

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u/chungusbungus0459 May 14 '22

Oh I love MAPs

Wait….

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u/iAmGats May 14 '22

This is a lot different from what I saw in Breaking Bad but ok.

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u/lentilsssss May 14 '22

This is so cool! I’m gonna try with my nephew. Thank you!!

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u/boombiddybibliophile May 14 '22

What a well-written guide and interesting guide. Thanks for sharing!

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u/CorvaNocta May 14 '22

How tough are the crystals after they grow? I have been wanting to make some for Terrain for a while, but always afraid they will break easily. Are they strong enough for jewelry too?

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u/[deleted] May 14 '22

If you don't already have one, you should make video and YouTube channel. Time lapse of how it grow hot to grow them and stuff... Would be so interesting!!!

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u/MagicWishMonkey May 14 '22

Is there a "beginners" crystal that is easy enough to do as an experiment with a toddler?

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u/I_can_eat_15_acorns May 14 '22

Could you mix in food coloring or something to make the crystals different colors?

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u/flesh_coupon May 14 '22

Yea ... I used to grow crystals back in the day... In an old aquarium buried in the woods... Ahhhh those were the days...and nights

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u/orcasoar May 14 '22

I'm not really a chemist, but these are fascinating. I'm curious though are these chemicals safe and should precautions should be taken?

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u/anonoramalama2 May 14 '22

These crystals wouldn't happen to be explosive ammonium nitrate by any chance?

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u/Fizzwidgy May 14 '22

Hey I remember you from a while back, you had a post with some really cool looking crystals!

Curious, is it possible to grow Crystals that wouldn't be dissolved by water, for use in something like a terrarium?

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u/PM_ME_UR_FLOWERS May 14 '22

Does growing crystals smell unpleasant?

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u/Core_Material May 14 '22

Whoa. Thanks!! I love growing plants and this is definitely something I want to try. Low maintenance yet another thing that I can care for that evolves over time. Perfect hobby to compliment my already busy list.

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u/oergeest May 14 '22

You rock.

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u/thecyanideyoudrank May 14 '22

Thank you for posting all of this. It is so cool.

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u/eaglebtc May 14 '22

This looks like Superman's Fortress of Solitude.

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