Sugar is a molecular substance and does not dissociate into positive and negative ions in a water solution, therefore it does not conduct electricity.
Table sugar is sucrose - C12H22O11.
Salt breaks apart into ions. Table sugar does not, the table sugar stays as a molecular compound.
well one is sugar and one is salt...
Table sugar is a substance and it is also a compound!!
sugar is not arrhenious acid because it doesnot dissociate in water as compared with hcl and h2so4
No No, sugar is not an ion. In fact, it doesnt even dissociate in water. It is a compound.
table sugar means which are kept on table .in small beautiful bottle is called table sugar.
In order to pass current through a solution you need to have ions in it. Table salt (NaCl) dissolves into Na+ and Cl- ions. Meanwhile sugar does not dissociate into ions in a water solution.
Table sugar is the sugar you use for cooking
Table sugar is white.
no, table sugar and salt are compounds.
What is the pH of table sugar
No. Table sugar (sucrose) is covalent.
Table sugar is a compound.