What happens when you add sugar to water?

Answer:

As sugar dissolves in water, the crystals break down, releasing tiny particles. Sugar particles pass through the holes between the water particles and combine to form a sugar syrup.

  • When you add sugar to water, the volume changes slightly, but not significantly.
  • Since there are slight spaces inside and among the molecules of water, some sugar molecules will occupy these spaces, resulting in a volume that is less than the expected volume.

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