What happens when you heat a sugar solution?

Answer If you heat up sugar alone, it will melt and then solidify into hard, burnt, crystalized pieces. If you put sugar into some water and heat it up, the sugar will at first dissolve and be almost invi... Read More »

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What Happens When a Base Is Added to a Buffer Solution?

Buffer solutions resist changes in pH. In a normal (unbuffered) solution, the introduction of a few drops of acid or base could dramatically alter the pH. Adding just 1 oz. of concentrated (31 perc... Read More »

What happens when you put sugar in a gas tank ?

In 1996, On Board Diagnostics became universal for vehicles sold in the United States. This means the same vehicle diagnostic system is used across all makes and models. The system is often abbrev... Read More »

What happens to soy milk when you heat it in a microwave oven?

Soy milk can be heated in the microwave. However, heating soy milk too fast increases the chance for it to curdle. A better alternative may be to heat soy milk in a sauce pan while stirring the pot... Read More »

What happens when mixing sugar and water?

Sugar is an organic compound made up of one molecule of fructose and one molecule of glucose joined together through a chemical bond. Adding water to sugar breaks this bond through a process called... Read More »