The melting point of sugar is 135 degrees celcious.
The melting point of sodium chloride is 801 0C.The melting point of sugar (sucrose) is significantly lower - is 186 0C.
well, sugar has the same affect salt does. slat lowers the melting point.
The melting point of sugar is 135 degrees Centigrade. Prior to boiling, sugar will decompose into the elemental carbon.
Melting point & boiling point of anything is physical.
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1) Experiment. 2) Ask the question on here. "What is the melting point of sugar?" *)I'll save you the trouble, though. The melting point of Table sugar (sucrose)= around 366.8°F or 186°C
No, sugar has a melting point of 161 degrees Celsius and salt has a melting point of 801 degrees Celsius
Sugar is melted separately.
Table salt has a melting point of 1474 degrees Fahrenheit.Salt has a higher melting point than sugar because it is created from the ionic bond of two elements sodium and chloride,
Neither since the melting point of sugar is 365 F and the melting point of salt is 1474 F
Yes. Sugar will decompose at temperatures much lower than sodium chlorides's melting point of 801oC.
The melting point of sodium chloride is 801 0C. The melting point of sugar is 186 0C (over this temperature thermal degradation occur).
milk is already liquid so no melting point. as to boiling point, don't know. Milk's freezing or melting point is depending on fat and sugar (soluble substances) content, about -0.5 oC
sugar melts at 146 degrees Celsius (or about 295 degrees Fahrenheit)
sugar - salt will lower the melting point.
no it can not
this is the absent of water and it is increased in melt point of sugar
The definite point of sugar melting cannot be determined. Therefore, while it may slightly impact the melting of chocolate, the amount of time it effects cannot be answered.
melting (freezing) point is lower, boiling point is higher
Melting is a physical process.
Table sugar or sucrose melts at about 186°C (367°F).
Salt: white granular solid, high melting point, tastes salty. Sugar: white granular solid, low melting point, tastes sweet.
Yes it is, it has a different melting point as compared to pure cane sugar. Be careful in your recipes.