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The amount of time and speed it takes to dissolve sugar in water and dissolve salt in water depends on the amounts of salt and sugar, the amount of water, and the temperature of the water. The approximate time needed to dissolve the sugar and salt in water is 25 minutes.

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More sugar can dissolve in water than salt.


Sugar dissolve faster in water.


it would have to be how fast the salt dissolves because a non polar sugar would not dissolve in water.


Salt and Sugar dissolve in water.


Sugar and salt can dissolve in water, but if you put too much in, the salt or sugar will start collecting at the bottom.


The variable for both sugar and salt is temperature: more sugar or salt will dissolve in water at a higher temperature. The amount of water is also a factor, since more water will be able to dissolve more sugar or salt.


Water dissolves more sugar than salt.


Sugar and also salt can be dissolved in cold water.


by heating the water slowly and by stirring using a spoon, you can dissolve salt and sugar.


Salt, coffee, and sugar dissolve in water.



Because salt water already has NaCl(salt) dissolved into it. Water molecules can only break down so much, and so fast to combine with other molecules. When you dissolve sugar in tap water, there are not many different substances dissolved into it yet, so it's easier for the sugar cube to dissolve.


will the dum dum dissolve faster in salt water or sugar or just water


Sugar dissolves faster than salt in water. Salt has stronger bonds than sugar. That what makes sugar dissolve faster (because it has weaker bonds and structure than salt)


water will evaporate and salt and sugar will remain back


the sand and salt will dissolve in the water


Sugar dissolves faster than salt in water. Salt has stronger bonds than sugar. That what makes sugar dissolve faster (because it has weaker bonds and structure than salt).


no actually it has more salt than sugar


water can dissolve: coco,milo,hot chocolate coffee sugar salt


Three solids that dissolve in water are sugar, salt and alum.


Cold water allows less of sugar and salt to dissolve, and warmer water allows more to dissolve. Water temperature affects its solubility.


Yes, but they do dissolve slower than salt cubes, and yes there are such things


Because sugar particles are tiny and dissolve! To where if you think of salt water, the particles are bigger and doesn't dissolve better. That's why oceans are salt water and if you get some in your mouth, its all salty because salt doesn't neccessarly dissolve!


They both dissolve when added to water.


No because sugar is insoluble solid.



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