No, sugar is not dissociated.
Adding water to a substance or adding milk(i think) to sugar.
Cows do not give chocolate milk. It is made by adding chocolate flavoring and sugar to white milk.
yes it is as it forms crystals or stones in the stomach.
if you've ever added sugar to milk you'll know why. Also after that if you've poured milk on top of sugar you'll have a better understanding
The force of intermolecular attraction decrease by temperature increasing.
Usually if the directions call for adding sugar, there is not. Some powders do add sugar and just need you to add milk.
No, sugar does, this was my science project. -THANKS, this helped a lot
Cocoa is the plant from which chocolate flavor is derived by processing and adding milk and/or sugar.
That is usually done by adding sugar, milk, eggs, and other sweetners.
The principal sugar in milk is lactose.
This is something that is, even genetically, impossible to create. Chocolate milk is only made by adding sugar and cocoa to regular milk from a cow.
The sugar in milk is lactose.
Adding milk increases the calcium, vitamin D, sugar, and fat content. It also helps make the taste better, often.
None. Chocolate milk is made by simply taking milk from your average dairy cow (Holstein, Jersey, Brown Swiss, etc.) and adding cocoa and lots of sugar to it.
lactose is the sugar found in milk
The Sugar in Milk is called: Lactose
Sugar is polar whether it is in milk or not.
by adding milk in it :P by adding milk in it :P
Lactose is the natural sugar in all milk.
Yes. Lactose in milk is a reducing sugar.
Milk contains the sugar lactose.
Condensed milk is a highly shelf-stable milk product made by evaporating much of the water from milk to create a thick, syrupy liquid, and adding sugar to it before canning the milk in a sterilized can. When well made, condensed milk can last unopened on the shelf for up to two years.