When sugar is dissolved in coffee, the sugar molecules is fitted inside the empty spaces in the water molecules. This means that the volume of coffee does not increase.
Sugar. Coffee will not disolve in water (though there are some soluble components in coffee that will dissolve out of it - which is why we use it).
okay let's say your putting sugar into coffee the solute is the sugar and solvent is the coffee. The Solvent coffee dissolves the solute "sugar" homogeneously amongst the solution. So the answer to your question is the solvent does the dissolving
The volume increase.
As your referring to the mass of something that is being measured by fluid volume, the answer may vary slightly depending on the type of sugar. However, 1 pound of sugar = 2.25 cups (2 and 1/4 cups) sugar 1 cup = 250mL 1 pound (2.25 cups) = 250 x 2.25 = 562.5mL sugar 6 pounds sugar = 562.5mL sugar x 6 = 3,375mL (or 13.5cups) = 3.375L Lets just hope that's not going in to some cooking!
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Mixing sugar in a coffee is a physical change. Mixing sugar in coffee is a physical change because it does not form a new substance, it is still sugar and coffee. If you decided to mix sugar and water to make sugar water, the water could be left to evaporate and the sugar crystals would still be there. So mixing sugar in coffee is also very easy to reverse.
Coffee doesn't have sugar unless it is added to the coffee.
The only thing you can add to water to increase its volume is more water.
Coffee and Sugar
In our daily lives, adding sugar to coffee or tea does not change the volume, at least not perceptibly. The sugar molecules can go to fill the space between water molecules and the suspension remains colorless. If I continue adding sugar until I see white substance at the bottom of the glass/cup, there is no more space for sugar molecules to go and the apparent volume of tea/coffee starts expanding -- the volume of the saturated sugary tea has not changed -- it is the water level rising due to the white sugar at the bottom.
There is mainly coffee but they still farm coco beans and sugar.
Yes, coffee goes nicely with brown sugar. You can use white sugar in coffee, if you like, but brown sugar (particularly Demerara) has a little more flavour that complements the coffee.
Coffee tastes delicious if you add some Coffee-Mate to it. They have tons of great flavors to make your coffee taste fantastic! Personallly I prefer to add the liquid Coffee-Mate to my coffee for the taste but they also have a powder you can add.
Coffee, sugar and banana plantations
Yes, there is natural sugar in coffee. The natural sugar in coffee is however very low. This therefore means that it has no health implications.