Crystals of sugar form in hot saturated sugar solution as it cools down, due to excess sugar molecules not fitting in the solution and precipitating as crystals.
In a similar situation, if we have a region where temperatures are well below zero, still water should freeze. But in rivers, water doesn't freeze, because it's flowing. Do ice crystals form in such super-cold water?
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