Hot water will make sugar dissolve faster.
Yes, sugar will dissolve in cold water. It will if you give it a lot of mixing but it's faster to dissolve in hot water
Salt dissolves faster in cold water
Hot water, because it can dissolve the sugar's atoms faster.
white sugar dissolves faster
Even in cold water sugar will dissolve eventually, but it does dissolve faster in hot water. Hot water molecules move faster than cold water molecules and therefore can more easily break sugar molecules out of solid sugar and into solution.
Sugar will dissolve faster in hot water than it will in cold water.
Sugar is more soluble.
The particles in hot water are vibrating faster, so the sugar particles are colliding more often, the effect is that the sugar particles dissolve faster.
Salt in both cases, and hot faster than cold water.
hot water has faster moving particales than cold water
Hot water. Hot water can also dissolve slightly more sugar than cold water can.
As temperature decreases, the rate of dissolution or solubility decreases. so sugar will dissolve slowly in cold water than water at room temperature. Sugar will dissolve faster in hot water.
sugar dissolves faster in hot water..not in cold water..
I never heard of crushed water. Crushed ice (which sugar cubes don't dissolve in at all), but not crushed water. Let's see here: sugar dissolves faster in hot water than cold. And crushed sugar cubes, because the sugar has more surface area, dissolve faster than cold ones.
They dissolve faster in hot water.
Sugar dissolves in both. However, it dissolves a lot faster in HOT water
hot water as the particles are far from each other and sugar gets more place to dissolve
Yes sugar disolves faster in hot water
it only takes about 3 minutes to dissolve sugar in hot to boiling water. When it could take about a hour for cold water.
yes it can dissolve with cold water.
Because the molecules are moving faster in hot water (due to heat) they tend get absorbed faster than sugar in cold water because the molecules in cold water move much slower.