What Is the Solubility of Sugar in Water?


The solubility of sugar in water at 20 degrees Celsius is 204 grams in 100 cc. of water. At room temperatures, 2 grams of sugar are soluble in 1 cc. of water. The solubility of sugar varies depending on whether it is a monosaccharide, disaccharides or a polysaccharide.
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Solubility of sugar in water depends upon the intensity of temperature. At 50 degree Celsius the solubility of sugar in water would be 2.59 g/ml.
Table sugar's (sucrose) solubility in water is 203.9 g/100 ml at 20 degrees
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Sugar is soluble in water.
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Solubility of solids increase with temperature for the same reason that solids tend to melt when heated. For instance, sugar is naturally soluble, but it is more soluble in hot water than cool water; this is because solubility constants, like other types of equilibrium constant, are functions of temperature.
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