What Is the Melting Point of Sugar?


The melting point of sugar is 186 degrees Celsius when it decomposes to form caramel. This means that rather than melting at one definitive temperature, sugar can become a liquid at different temperatures depending on the rate at which it is heated.
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There are many kinds and forms of sugar (brown sugar, glucose, lactose, and maltose) -- The most common household sugar being white table sugar, called sucrose, that melts at 185 degrees C (365 degrees F).
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