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 Is a sugar solution hypertonic?

Answer A sugar solution by itself cannot be hypertonic, which means having more soluble units by volume than a surrounding solution. However, if one sugar solution is surrounded by a second sugar solution... Read More »
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What is the ph of a sugar solution?

Table sugar, also known as the chemical compound sucrose, has a neutral pH of ~7, when read on a pH scale from 1 to 14. A sugar solution consists of only water and sucrose. Water also has a neutral... Read More »
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Is sugar in solution electrically conductive?

Sugar water is not electrically conductive. Water becomes conductive when charged ions are in solution. Dissolved sugar does not create ions in water. Science teachers commonly use sugar water i... Read More »
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How much sugar do you put in to hummingbird solution?

A good hummingbird sugar solution is one part sugar to four parts water. It's best to use ordinary white cane sugar. Other types of sugar and sweeteners--such as honey, Jell-O and fruit--can make h... Read More »
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