Does sugar dissolve in hot or cold water?

Answer

Sugar dissolves faster in hot than in cold water. This happens because in hot water, there are faster moving molecules that are able to spread further apart than the molecules in the cold water. The bigger gaps between the molecules allow more sugar molecules to fit in between.
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