What is the ratio of sugar to salt in 1 liter of water?
In Standard ratio of water, sugar and salt
30ml (6level tsp) of sugar
2.5ml (1/2 level tsp) of salt
1 liter (4.25 cups) water
Any environment that is high on sugar or salt content is less apt to be hospitable to anything but yeast. Bacteria fails to thrive in any environment where high sugar or salt content is a factor. In order for sugar or salt to be in a liquid form, they require differing parts of water to be in a liquid state. For sugar, that ratio is 1:3. When a large amount of sugar being equal or…
Salt water is more dense than pure water and so is sugar water. Salt and sugar are ripped apart when they are disolved in the water. With the salt and sugar in water, it makes the liquid more dense and thus the egg floats, or floats higher, in the water. Like the ocean, you float due to its salt content. If there was no salt in the ocean, you would not float as easily.
They all evaporate at the same rate. The sugar and salt are in solution with the water. The sugar and salt will remain in the container after the water has evaporated. It will not affect the rate at which the water evaporates. I think you are wrong.Based on an experiment, sugar water evaporates the fastest followed by salt water as the more molecular weight the faster it evaporates.Sugar has more molecular weight than salt.
Which is more concentrated solution a 18g of salt in 6L of H2O or solution b 24g of salt in 12L of H2O?
Stuff dissolving is known as solubility (usually expressed as grams/Liter) Recall that salt (I'm assuming you're referring to table salt) is an ionic compound, namely NaCl. NaCl ionizes in water to from Na+ and Cl- and is very soluble. Sugar, is an organic compound that is very large. It isn't very soluble, and thus won't dissolve as well in water as does salt.