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-[[Image:Snow crystal.PNG|A '''[[Snow Crystal]]''' is any of several types of '''[[ice crystal]]''' found in '''[[snow]]'''. A snow crystal is a single '''[[crystal]]''', in contrast to a '''[[snowflake]]''', which is usually an aggregate of many single snow crystals.|thumb|300px]] +[[Image:Snow crystal.PNG|A '''[[snow crystal]]''' is any of several types of '''[[ice crystal]]''' found in '''[[snow]]'''. A snow crystal is a single '''[[crystal]]''', in contrast to a '''[[snowflake]]''', which is usually an aggregate of many single snow crystals.|thumb|300px]]
A '''[[Snow Crystal]]''' is any of several types of '''[[ice crystal]]''' found in '''[[snow]]'''. A snow crystal is a single '''[[crystal]]''', in contrast to a '''[[snowflake]]''', which is usually an aggregate of many single snow crystals. A '''[[Snow Crystal]]''' is any of several types of '''[[ice crystal]]''' found in '''[[snow]]'''. A snow crystal is a single '''[[crystal]]''', in contrast to a '''[[snowflake]]''', which is usually an aggregate of many single snow crystals.

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A snow crystal is any of several types of ice crystal found in snow. A snow crystal is a single crystal, in contrast to a snowflake, which is usually an aggregate of many single snow crystals.
A snow crystal is any of several types of ice crystal found in snow. A snow crystal is a single crystal, in contrast to a snowflake, which is usually an aggregate of many single snow crystals.

A Snow Crystal is any of several types of ice crystal found in snow. A snow crystal is a single crystal, in contrast to a snowflake, which is usually an aggregate of many single snow crystals.


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Reference

  1. Glossary of Meteorology Snow Crystal [1][2]
  2. S. Yanagi Snow crystals observed in Hokkaido, Japan [3]

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