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Q: What happens to the concentration of the sugar solution as the waterremoved?
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What happens to concentration of the sugar solution as the water is removed?

Concentration increases


What happens to the concentration of the sugar solution as the water is removed?

Concentration increases


What happens to the volume of a sugar water solution as more sugar is dissolved in it?

There is more concentration between the particles.the volume increases


What happens to concentration of sugar in maple sap as the sap is boiled?

The concentration of the sugar increases


What happens to the concentration of sugar in maple sap as the sap is boiled?

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A sugar solution contains 26g of sugar in 50 L of solution. What is the concentration in g L?

.289 mol C6H12O6/L solution


Can sugar solution evaporate?

Its like, when sugar solution is heated, the water molecules present in it evaporate. Sugar is basically carbon[C], right? so, a black spongy mass of carbon is left behind. Before this happens, as the water is lost, the solution get higher in sugar concentration and then the above process occurs.


What is the name of salt and sugar solution?

This is called concentration polarization.


What happens to the weight of the tomato when boiled in a sugar solution?

Tomatoes will loss weight in due time when sugar concentration is high enough to exceed the osmotic value of solutes in tomato.


What is the molarity of sugar?

Sugar does not have measurable molarity. Molarity is used to determine the concentration of a solute in a solution. For example, you could measure the molarity of sugar in a sugar-water solution.


Does conductivitiy of water change as concentration of sugar change?

No. Sugar solution is not an electrolyte because it has no free charges in the solution to carry the electricity.


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