Sugar, like salt, dissolves easily when mixed with water. The sugar molecules break up easily and do not reform again after the water molecules pull them away from each other like magnets do to iron fillings. The attraction between the water and sugar molecules depends on the charge each one emits. The sugar molecules are known to have hydroxyl groups that have a slight negative charge. On one hand, the […]

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