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Answered 2014-05-13 15:46:54

will the dum dum dissolve faster in salt water or sugar or just water

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Sugar dissolve faster in water.


water will dissolve sugar the quickest


Hot water will make sugar dissolve faster.


Jello dissolves faster in sugar not water.


Heat the water and mix vigorously then the sugar will dissolve faster.


Stirring the water and using hot water will help the sugar cube dissolve faster


The hotter the water, The faster it will dissolve.


The particles in hot water are vibrating faster, so the sugar particles are colliding more often, the effect is that the sugar particles dissolve faster.


i dk i guess sugar dissolve in water faster.


Yes, sugar will dissolve in cold water. It will if you give it a lot of mixing but it's faster to dissolve in hot water



Sugar dissolves faster in water, because milk already has sugar Lactose dissolved in in it.


Even in cold water sugar will dissolve eventually, but it does dissolve faster in hot water. Hot water molecules move faster than cold water molecules and therefore can more easily break sugar molecules out of solid sugar and into solution.


Sugar dissolves faster than salt in water. Salt has stronger bonds than sugar. That what makes sugar dissolve faster (because it has weaker bonds and structure than salt)


Sugar will dissolve faster in hot water than it will in cold water.


Sugar dissolves faster than salt in water. Salt has stronger bonds than sugar. That what makes sugar dissolve faster (because it has weaker bonds and structure than salt).



Because the molecules start moving faster so it melts or dissolve.


I would think it would dissolve faster in fresh water, as the fresh water doesn't have anything dissolved in it yet whereas the salt water has dissolved salts and so less room for the sugar molecules. A. yes; sugar does dissolve faster than salt does, in fresh water.


No because sugar is insoluble solid.


drop the sugar into the water withoutstirring


The sugar cube in the hot water will dissolve faster because there are more and higher energy collisions between the water molecules and the sugar molecules which will cause the sugar to dissolve faster.


I never heard of crushed water. Crushed ice (which sugar cubes don't dissolve in at all), but not crushed water. Let's see here: sugar dissolves faster in hot water than cold. And crushed sugar cubes, because the sugar has more surface area, dissolve faster than cold ones.


Sugar dissolves faster in hot water, because the water molecules move about faster when they are hot so, when you pour in sugar, the water mollecules will collide with the sugar and theredore sugar dissolves faster in hot water.


Granulated sugar would dissolve faster because there is more surface area exposed to the water.



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