Asked in Chemistry, Geology
What is the difference between sugar crystals and salt crystals?
Salt crystals are made from salt, and sugar crystals are made from sugar. These are two very different materials as salt is a mineral and sugar is an organic compound. ...
How can you visually differentiate between fine salt and sugar?
Sugar has distinct crystals that look different from salt grains. While salt also has crystals, they are smaller in size that sugar based ones. ...
Asked in Chemistry, Science, Science Experiments
Do sugar crystals or Epsom Salt Crystals grow faster?
Sugar crystals because with salt,it dissolves into the liquid and sugar stays there longer tan salt.So technically it's sugar crystals Cause it is a diffrent type of so it can be used. ...
Asked in Chemistry
Which one will grow faster salt crystal or sugar crystal?
Salt crystals grow faster by far! It takes a couple days for sugar crystals to form, but you can see tiny salt crystals by the 2nd or 3rd day! ...
Asked in Chemistry
Why their is the same result when you add sugar and salt in the soda?
The results are the same when you add sugar and salt to soda because they crystals are the same. If you look at salt and sugar crystals under a microscope they look and react similar. ...
Asked in Sugar and Sweeteners
What is the shape difference in salt and sugar?
Salt and sugar crystals are quite different in shape. Salt crystals are always cubes - six-sided shapes. Sugar crystals differ in shape, but are roughly hexagonal prisms - oblong - with slanted ends. They usually have eight or more faces. ...
Asked in Salt (Sodium Chloride)
How can you tell the difference between salt and sugar crystals?
You can taste them or you can see that salt crystals are bigger also I know that some sugars are brown when they are in crystal form because the cane they come from are brown. ...
What makes salt crystals grow faster than sugar crystals?
fewer elements, more organised shape. salt is pretty well cubic - sugar is not salt = NaCl or MgCl or KCl or LiCl sugar, glucose = C6H12O6 ...