For New Yorkers Who Can't Get Enough - How A Snowflake Forms

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crystallography snowflakeThe East Coast is going to get up to two feet of snow in places, and while Manhattan corporate media will be unable to resist calling any inconvenience a Snowpalypse/Climaggedon/SuperStorm, most of the public will instead want to enjoy sitting inside and watching a trillion tiny snowflakes come down.

If your electricity is still working, the American Chemical Society Reactions team wants to give you some insight into how snowflakes form. Are no two snowflakes alike? Crystallography can now tell us.

So get some cocoa and snow yourself in with some awesome science.