Solubility of Sugar?

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Solubility is the maximum weight of anhydrous solute that can dissolves in 100g of solvent, generally water. The solubility of sugar in 100 g of solution at 50 °C will be less than 130 g. This happens due to the function of temperature.
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Solubility is sensitive to changes in temperature. For example, sugar is more soluble in hot water than cool water. Solubility is often expressed in grams of solute per 0.2 lb (100 g) of solvent, usually water. At 122°F (50°C), the solubility of sugar in water is approximately 130 g/sugar in 100 g water.
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