the answer is 23 grams
25 percent by mass
For a concentration of 0,6 g sugar/1000ml: 15 ml for 150 mL.
Whether all of the sugar dissolved or not, and it would be very unlikely that it would all dissolve in that small an amount of water, the total mass of the solution or mixture would be 250 grams.
There is more concentration between the particles.the volume increases
33% by mass
- Sugar is not salt.- The unit of 20 is ?
The concentration in g/L is 325 while in molarity is 0.6398(M).
Sugar dissolved in water is a sugar solution.
It is a mixture that has a large amount of solute dissolved in it. solute: eg: sugar. Solvent: eg: water.
It's a solution, since the sugar is dissolved in water.
Degrees Brix (symbol °Bx) is a measurement of the dissolved sugar-to-water mass ratio of a liquid. It is measured with a saccharimeter that measures specific gravity of a liquid or more easily with a refractometer. A 25 °Bx solution is 25% (w/w), with 25 grams of sugar per 100 grams of solution. Or, to put it another way, there are 25 grams of sucrose sugar and 75 grams of water in the 100 grams of solution. http://www.fermsoft.com/gravbrix.php
A sugar solution is a liquid (usually water) that has sugar dissolved in it.
Sugar (Solute) is dissolved in water (Solvent) creates a Solution.
You and two friends sit down to a cup of coffee. You stir in one spoon of sugar, your friends stir in two and three spoons of sugar. The sugar has dissolved, so you are looking at three solutions of different concentration.
1. Sugar dissolved in water is a homogeneous solution.2. A solution is a form of mixture.
It forms a solution. eg:like when sugar is dissolved in water it forms sugar solution
Salt and sugar dissolved in water form a solution; and this solution is a homogeneous mixture.
A solution has a solute dissolved in the solvent. Examples: Sugar dissolved in water, table salt dissolved in water, oil dissolved in petrol (gasoline)
Sweet water. Saturated or unsaturated solution, depending on the amount of sugar dissolved in the water.
Sugar dissolved in water produces a sugary solution. The more sugar dissolved in the water, the thicker the solution will become - like a syrup.
A solution is a homogeneous mixture consisting of a solute dissolved in a solvent. For example, a sugar solution consists of sugar dissolved in water.