Properties of Sugar?

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The primary properties of sugar are: it is sweet, has a rough texture, and it dissolves in liquids, taste. These properties can be classified into four: the sensory, physical, microbial and chemical. These properties of sugar make it an important ingredient of pharmaceutical and sugar based products.
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