All monosaccharides, disaccharides, and trisaccharides are
carbohydrates called sugars.
Sugar is not an organism. Sugar is an organic compound.
It is a sugar or Carbohydrate.
sugar is a covalent compound sugar is a covalent compound sugar is a covalent compound
Pure sugar is a compound.
Sugar is a chemical, organic compound.
depends on the type of compound sugar
Table sugar is a compound.
YES.It is a compound as chemical formula for sugar is C12H22O11
Yes, sugar is one chemical compound.
Sugar is a compound. It is made of elements C,H,O. It is an organic compound.
Yes, it is a compound.
No, it is not.
Yes table sugar is a compound (a compound is made up of two or more substances).
Table sugar (sucrose - C12H22O11) is a compound. Sugar is considered a compound. The elements carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen are bonded chemically together to form table sugar, or sucrose.
sugar is a compound. it is neither element nor mixture
Table sugar, which most likely is sucrose, is a compound.
Sugar is a chemical compound.
Sugar is a compound of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. C12H22O11.
No, sugar is a compound.
Sugar is a compound and so is flour, so they are a mixture.
Compound. It is either C6H1206(simple sugar), or C12H22011(polysaccharide)
Sugar is just a compound.
Sugar is a compound, which is a type of homogeneous matter. All compounds are homogeneous.
no, sugar and water are each compounds but together arent a compound. they are a solution