answersLogoWhite

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered 2013-07-08 20:10:18

The variable for both sugar and salt is temperature: more sugar or salt will dissolve in water at a higher temperature. The amount of water is also a factor, since more water will be able to dissolve more sugar or salt.

001
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0
User Avatar

Your Answer

Related Questions


salt suger = sugar salt suger = sugar salt suger = sugar salt suger = sugar


The density of a pure salt crystal is 2,165 g/cm3. This is a true density. The density of fine powdered salt (apparent density) is variable: approx. 1 g/cm3. The density of sugar (sucrose) is 1,587 g/cm3.


Because you are substituting a number for a variable. Like substituting salt for sugar in a cake recipe. Although you really shouldn't do the latter.


Salt is sour and sugar is sweet. Sugar is soft and salt is like rough and grainy.


No, sugar doesn't contain salt.


Salt and sugar doesn't react.


The difference between salt and sugar i think is that if u separate sugar from salt, u can use a magnet so that would be an easy way of separating the sugar from salt!


You can separate salt from sugar by using organic solvents. What this will do is dissolve the sugar and leave the salt, which can then be filtered.


No, because on average sugar is lighter than salt.


Sugar will not dissolve. If you have a solution of sugar and salt, and you were to evaporate the water, both sugar and salt would be left. In order to remove either the sugar or the salt, you would have to use a chemical reaction that would cause either the salt or the sugar to undergo a chemical change.


If you're trying to set up an experiment, the manipulated variables would be salt and sugar, and varying ratios of salt to water or sugar to water. Say you wanted to find out how fast water froze if it had sugar in it, and wanted to compare it to how quickly it froze with salt. Your controls would be the amount of water, the type of container, and the temperature of the freezer. You could pour 18 plastic cups of water, 6 plain water (the control), 6 with salt and 6 with sugar. You could also vary the amount of sugar or salt in the water (say, .5% to 2.5%, with an increase of .5% in each cup).


A mixture of salt and sugar can be separated by using an organic solvent to dissolve the sugar. When the sugar is dissolved, it can be separated by filtering the salt from the liquid sugar.


Salt is much more polar than sugar. Salt is in fact ionic. Sugar is organic.


Salt and sugar are things, hence, they use the pronoun it. Do you have any salt? No, we are out of it.


No. Salt and sugar are combined all the time in cooking, and no cocaine is formed. In addition to have a different structure from sugar and salt, Cocaine contains nitrogen, which is not found in salt or sugar. Cocaine is derived from the coca plant, and has nothing to do with salt and sugar.


sugar and salt Sugar, salt


because salt is bitter and sugar is sweet


Salt and sugar are chemical compounds not elements.


The solution of salt is not as the solution of sugar


Salt crystals are made from salt, and sugar crystals are made from sugar. These are two very different materials as salt is a mineral and sugar is an organic compound.


that depends on the sugar and the salt. there are dozens of different sorts of sugar and salt and all ae different sizes


if you look closely, salt are smaller than sugar so salt has more crystals than sugar.


Sugar and salt doesn't evaporate; the water from a sugar or salt solution is evaporating !



Sugar because sugar can turn into fat, salt is just not good for you.



Copyright ยฉ 2021 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.