Salol cooling rapidly to form crystals

Salol cooling rapidly to form crystals

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Caption: Salol cooling rapidly to form crystals. Small quantity of salol (phenyl salicylate) placed on a slide to demonstrate how it forms small crystals when cooled rapidly from a liquid state. When salol is cooled slowly, large crystals are formed. This demonstration is used to show how cooling rates of liquids affect crystal size.

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