As of 2014, no boiling point for sucrose has been identified. The material has a decomposition point and melting point at temperatures between 190 to 192 degrees Celsius.
Sucrose is an odorless, solid material that is white in color. It is commonly known as sugar and is typically made using cane or beets. The material has a sweet taste and a crystalline appearance. In 2013, approximately 175 million metric tons of sucrose were produced as sugar around the world. Sucrose is soluble in water that is at least 25 degrees Celsius. Early mentions of sugar began appearing in Chinese manuscripts around the 8th century B.C.