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written by Kenneth Libbrecht
See this site for the story of snowflakes and how their crystals develop such intricate patterns, with many shown in illustrations. You can also get useful tips on snowflake-watching and photographing.
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Nucleus This resource was featured by the Nucleus collection from July 28, 2004 until February 15, 2005. View the feature here!

Access Rights: Limited free access
Website is free, cost for book
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Keywords: crystal growth, crystal images, crystal structure
Record Creator: Date Metadata Instance was created July 15, 2003 by Waylon Flinn
Record Updated: Aug 10, 2020 by Lyle Barbato
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