No, sugar is not a solution. Sugar water is a solution of sugar and water, but sugar itself is not.
can we get the sugar back from a sugar solution
Sugar dissolved in water is a sugar solution.
Sugar is separated from a sugar solution by evaporation.
Sugar solution is not a colloid.
Sugar solution is not an electrolyte.
In a water solution sugar is the solute.
when sugar solution is added to turmeric solution , it turns yellow.
Yes, sugar and water mixed together are considered a solution. Sugar water is a solution because the sugar dissolves into the water.
The original solution would be termed "unsaturated".
Sugar solution is a mixture.
No sugar is a solute but vinegar is a solution.
A water sugar solution !
yes, sugar solution is a hypertonic solution. when sugar plus water, it is hypotonic. i think so :p
sugar is solute, water is solvent, sugar+water=Solution
Yes, it is a solution. Dissolved sugar in water is an example of Homogeneous solution.
Yes. Sugar solution is a homogeneous mixture.
Solution of water and sugar is homogeneous
The solution of salt is not as the solution of sugar
Yes - the sugar doesn't evaporate.
if sugar is added to a saturated solution then the solution will become a super saturated solution
Sugar solution would be the solution.Water would be the solvent.Added sugar would be the SOLUTE.
As termed, Sugar SOLUTION. Here solution means that sugar is added to water and thus, is soluble in it, hence, it is an alkaline. Alkaline means it is a base. Therefore, Sugar Solution is a base.
Water sugar solution is not an electrolyte because sugar is not dissociated.
The solution become more concentrated in sugar.