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Table sugar (sucrose) contains 12 atoms of carbon (C), 22 atoms of hydrogen (H) and 11 atoms of oxygen (O) for each molecule. So, the number of molecules in sugar will depend on the weight of sugar you have. The more the weight, the more molecules. But in one molecule of sugar there are 45 atoms.

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