Salt dissolves faster in heated water. Sugar dissolves faster in regular water.
sugar dissolves faster warm water than sugar in warm water
Jello dissolves faster in sugar not water.
Sugar dissolves faster in water because the solubility of sugar is higher than that of the salt.
Sugar dissolves faster.
Sugar dissolves faster in hot water, because the water molecules move about faster when they are hot so, when you pour in sugar, the water mollecules will collide with the sugar and theredore sugar dissolves faster in hot water.
Yes, the hotter it is, the faster it dissolves the sugar. it is also faster the smaller the sugar is.
Sugar dissolves faster in something hot than it does in something cold is because when particles are heated, they move faster. This way, the sugar is more attracted to the water in the tea, making it dissolve. In cold water, it moves slower, creating it to attract to the water slower.
i dk i guess sugar dissolve in water faster.
When sugar is in water, it dissolves faster than salt does. I do not know the scientific reason why, but sugar melts faster.
white sugar dissolves faster
Sugar dissolves in both. However, it dissolves a lot faster in HOT water
Sugar dissolves faster in water, because milk already has sugar Lactose dissolved in in it.
Stirring the sugar breaks down the particles, And dissolves the sugar faster.
The higher the temperature the faster it dissolves.
Salt dissolves faster in cold water
Sugar sinks at the same rate in warm or cold water. Sugar dissolves faster in warm water.
Yes. Sugar dissolves faster in warm water.
They're made of sugar - which dissolves when heated !
Powdered sugar dissolves faster than a big crystal of sugar because more surface area is exposed to the solvent, presumably water.
I literally just did a project on this. Water dissolves a sugar cube faster than coke does.
No! The warmer the water, the faster the sugar dissolves. Ice cools down the water. This slows the dissolving process.
sugar dissolves faster in hot water..not in cold water..
Sugar does dissolve in vinegar. Sugar dissolves in vinegar because vinegar is a mild acid and it eats away at the solid sugars and dissolves. Vinegar dissolves the sugar faster than water does.
When sugar dissolves in water water is the solvent and sugar is the solute.
Granulated sugar --- The more surface area created, the faster the sugar will be dissolve. Try putting powdered sugar in hot water.