Crystallization Hardcover - Lined/Grid

$ 24.95

This dapper turquoise notebook is dedicated to crystals and crystal formation. It’s perfect for all your sketches and calculations. It will become your trusty lab notebook and you will name it “d’Artagnan” for reasons known only to yourself.   

Not only will it make a smashing gift for your friend in P-Chem, you may need to order one or two more for your other classes… just to raise the energy level.

7" x 9"
Page Count
192 pages (96 sheets)
Paper Type 5mm Grid + College Ruled
Paper Weight 81 gsm
Binding Hardcover
Paper Composition 100% recycled
Printing Soy-based ink


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Sarah C.
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Good Color and Design

This one was more for the color and design, more than anything. It occurs to me that these designs are perfect for curiosity exposure for people who aren't familiar with the discipline itself. Someone may not know about crystallization, but they might look at the color and design and think, "wow, that's cool. What is that?" And it could jump start an interest just like that.

Versatile and durable

I purchased this book to use as a bullet journal. I like the size. It fits comfortably into my work bag so I bring it with me everywhere. I've used it everyday for 6 months and it's held up very well. I plan on repurchasing and highly recommend this hardcover notebook to anyone interested in bullet journaling. I wish it had a pocket in the back but I can live without it.

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