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# Inez is making a model of a sugar crystal. she wants her model to show how the sugar molecules move in the crystal. she is using plastic foams balls to represent the sugar molecules. how should she put the plastic foam balls together to make her model

Options:

A. Connect them with stiff springs

B. Fill a clear cube with them

C. Glue them together

D. Place a few of them in a plastic bagâ€‹

B. Fill a clear cube with them

Explanation:

Sugar crystals, colloquially known as "rock candy", are conglomerates of sugar molecules that are formed when sugar-saturated water are cooled. Sugar crystals are arranged in a three dimensional repeating pattern, forming a cube like structure. Therefore, Inez could fill a clear cube with its plastic foam balls to represent sugar crystals. I attached an image of sugar crystals dissolving in water as reference.

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