just dissolve both of them in conductivity water separately in two beakers, and then pass electricity through both of them. the circuit will be a closed one in case of water containing salt as solute, on the othr hand circuit will be open in case of water having sugar as solute since the latter is a non-electrolyte. note that the water u teke must be minimum doubled disstiled water.
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Their weights per equal volume of each substance.
By simply boiling the water, and checking if there is any salt residue.
1. sugar is sweet. salt is salty. xD LOL. 2. i dunt know. Sorry. :S
Simple dont u know science just boil the water and check if there is any salt residue..............................
What is the difference between the population and sample regression functions? Is this a distinction without difference?
Ionic compounds dissolved in water conduct electricity (due to polar water molecules splitting lattice into individual ions which act as charge carriers like electrons) so if you run an electrical current through both of them, the one that conducts electricity will be the salt.
Without a decimal, there is no difference.
You could measure its resistance; the saltier it is then the better conductor it is.
Can not tell without tasting (or a chemical test).
Simple... Salt typically comes in a round container about the size of a family can of chili beans and is labled salt. Sugar typically comes in a paper package and weighs about 5LBS and is labled sugar. So all you really have o do is read the packages. sorry but he means with a scientific experiment not with a packet.im working on htis question 2
Without the difference between scalars and vectors the Universe doesn't work !
There are two ways to tell the difference between salt and sugar without tasting either one of them. One way is to place them separately in separate pans, and cook them. Sugar has a higher boiling point than does salt. When heated sugar will melt into a brown syrupy sustains Salt will not melt. Another way is to pour them on a slug. Salt melts the skin of the slug, but sugar does not.
I did this for an experiment in sciece and the amount of butter doesn't make a difference in the popping.
Without the control group, the test is not able to measure the difference with a standard condition
You might notice a different taste - although tasting the water is also a kind of test.
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There are a few different ways you could test for sour and bitter substances without tasting them. You could test for the presence of elements that make something sour or bitter for example.
Without variables, you have no experiment. You need variables in an experiment because without them you are left with multiple tests with an empty data table and no conclusion or discussion.
The difference is tissue makes up organs so without tissue there is no organ.
Yes. You could try melting it over a Bunsen burner - the sugar will melt readily whereas the salt will not. You could also try dissolving the substance in alcohol. The salt will dissolve only very slightly, but the sugar will dissolve readily.
The difference between inductive and conductive is that Induction is when you are charging an object without touching it. Conduction is charging an object while touching it.