How much sugar in a sugar cube?
One sugar cube is equal to one teaspoon or 1/48th of a cup.
yes a sugar cube is a solid because it is not runny or gassy e.g water is a liquid and air is a gas so that means that this sugar cube is a solid but if you combined the water and the air and the sugar cube it will become a liquid because the sugar cube has disintegrated into the water and the air dose nothing.
That would depend on how you define "change" and "sugar cube". If moving a sugar cube changes it, since you could move any sugar cube to an uncountable number of other locations, such a sugar cube could change in an infinite number of ways. If you define "sugar cube" as a six sided solid of glucose, you could substitute any one or more of several billion atoms for its isotope, and change it into a…
What would react more quickly in a chemical reaction a single cube or an equal mass of granulated sugar crystals?
Which one of these can not be used with the displacement method a rock a sugar cube block of wood oxygen gas a whale a coin?
solutions when a sugar cube dissolves in water, it becomes a solution of sugar and water. a solution can be said to be a homegenous mixture of the water and sugar molecules. in order for this to happen, the sugar cube molecules have to become free from each other to mix freely with the water molecules. this requires energy, since the bonds between the molecules in the sugar cube have to be broken. since hot…
Why will be change in the potato cube in concentrated sugar solution and distilled water respectively after an hour?
The "cube" disappears but the "sugar" doesn't. When placed in water the sugar dissolves. Essentially the sugar molecules break off from the solid and hide among the water molecules. If the water were to be removed by evaporation the sugar would precipitate out. if done carefully large sugar crystals will grow in the evaporating solution. The sugar cube will not reform as this is an artificial construct.