What Is the Density of Corn Syrup?

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To figure out the density of corn syrup you must take its mass and divide that by its volume. You also have to take into consideration that both the mass and volume can change based on temperature. At 20 degrees Celsius (68 Fahrenheit) the density of corn syrup is 1380 kg/m^3. You can find more information here: http://physics.info/density/
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To make corn syrup, a corn starch solution is processed with a series of acids and enzymes that help break down the starch-which is made of long chains of carbon molecules-into shorter
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You can't figure out the density from volume alone. You either need to look it up (in this case, the density is independent of the volume) or divide the mass by the volume.
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The volume of the corn syrup is given as 69 grams and the mass is 50 mL so substitute that into your equation Density = volume / mass. Density = 69g/50ml and do the division. 69/50
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n. A syrup prepared from cornstarch, used in industry and in numerous food products as a sweetener.
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