It would be a sugar granuale or grain. sugar grain; grain of sugar
One piece of sugar is a grain, which is also the same for salt. E.g., a grain of sugar or a grain of salt.
A Grain of sugar
If a grain of sugar is 200 micrograms (0.0002 grams), and there are 6.02*10^23 molecules in a mole (Avogadro's number, which is the number of particles in a mole), and the molecular weight of glucose is 180.1559 g/mol - First we find the number of moles in a grain of sugar, which is 0.0002 / 180.1559 or 0.0000011 moles per grain of sugar (really, per 200 micrograms). Then we multiply moles by 6.022*10^23 by the number of moles or 0.0000011 * (6.022*10^23) or... 6.62*10^17 molecules in a grain of sugar. (Again, really in 200 micrograms of glucose - a margin of error in weighing it could easily fluctuate that number by an order of magnitude)
Its precisely equal to the size of the grain of sugar into the capacity of the cup.
Grain is a measure of weight, like gram or ounces. It can refer to the weight of powder, or the weight of a bullet.
No it is not.
The same weight should be used for either. Caster sugar is just a finer grain so it will make a smoother textured result than using normal granulated sugar. Try using a blender on normal sugar to make it finer if you can't get caster sugar.
a single grain of sugar contains about 1 800 000 000 000 000 000 sugar particles hope dis helps
There is really no sure way to convert grams of sugar to tablespoons. Grams is a weight unit while table spoons is a volume unit. It would depend on the grain size of the sugar. One would have to measure out a tablespoon of sugar and then weigh it. On average there is about 4.2 grams in 1 teaspoon of granulated sugar. Since there are three teaspoons in a tablespoon, there are approximately 12.6 grams of granulated sugar in a tablespoon. Grams are a mass unit, not a weight unit. Newtons are a metric weight unit.
zero. All is sugar. No fat
Natural grain rice contains no sugar.
It all depends on the size of the grain of sugar. Since the grain of sugar is three dimensional, one has to take this into account. This is more an engineering question, but I had time to check out some figures through the Engineeringtoolbox website. A micron is one millionth of a meter. There are 54400 microns in an inch. A guestament would be between 40 and 4000 micron. Check out engineertoolbox for more scientific assistance.
sugar dissolves, sand don't
a grain of sugar
The weight of the bullet. They can range from 25 grain (Small rifles) to over 400 grain for big game.
Grain refers to the weight of the bullet when measured on a powder scale.
ahh really depends. you have to count the brown sugar grain by grain. normally when im doing this i listen to the song "brown sugar" by the rolling stones.
same weight - 1kg
The mass of 1 grain is equal to 64,798 91 g.
no you cant grow sugar but you can grow sugar grain that will eventually end up being sugar cane (it tastes really good)YEAH i come from Barbados I love sugar cane it is really good and how dumb are you you cannot grow sugar from sugar that is like saying oh i planted money and got a money tree. STUPS
one grain. It's a unit of weight.