Does Sugar Dissolve?

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Sugar dissolves is certain substances, for example, water. This happens, because the molecule of sugar and water can attract each other. Sugar cannot dissolve in non polar molecules like oil, because it does not attract the positive and negative molecules in sucrose.
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Sugar dissolves in water because the bonds in sucrose are weaker than the bonds in water. The slightly polar bonds in sucrose will start to bond with water resulting ...
Sugar dissolves in water because the bonds in sucrose are weaker than the bonds in water. The slightly polar bonds in sucrose will start to bond with water resulting ...
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