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 Why do sugar cubes dissolve in water?

Answer Sugar cubes (and salt, and many other materials) dissolve in water because water is a powerful solvent. Properties of water molecules cause them to break down the crystalline structure of a sugar c... Read More »
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How fast do sugar cubes dissolve in hot water?

In 500 milliliters of boiling water, a sugar cube dissolves at an average rate of 21.5 seconds, according to an experiment conducted by Fife Public school student Jessica Miller. Sugar cubes dissol... Read More »
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Do sugar cubes dissolve faster in hot water or cold?

Sugar cubes dissolve in water because the energy of the water breaks down the crystalline structure of the sugar. Hot water contains more energy than cold water, which results in a sugar cube disso... Read More »
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Why does sugar dissolve more in hot water?

Sugar dissolves more in hot water because hot water contains more energy. See for yourself, by taking one hot, and one cold cup of water. You will be able to add more spoonfuls of sugar to the hot ... Read More »
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How to Dissolve Sugar & Salt in Water?

Adding salt or sugar to a glass of water creates a solution; the salt and sugar particles dissolve in the water. When added to the water, the salt and sugar particles break down into smaller pieces... Read More »
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