anonymous
  • anonymous
Does sugar or salt dissolve faster in water?
Biology
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  • katieb
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aroub
  • aroub
Sugar!
aroub
  • aroub
Try it :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
but if i think is in a biological way sugar is madeup of covalent bond salt is ionic bond so wouldnt salt dissolve faster?

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aroub
  • aroub
Yes well because salt is ionic it dissolves less quickly because its molecules are harder to break down.
anonymous
  • anonymous
When i search it online, it shows that ionic dissolves faster though
aroub
  • aroub
Did you try it ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yea..but really couldnt tell the ddifference..
anonymous
  • anonymous
salt as it is ionic
anonymous
  • anonymous
salt
anonymous
  • anonymous
aroub u r rit that ionic bond is stronger than covalent but when u dissolve it in polar solvent it breaks easily as u knw this concept of solution always works in water if salt is dry then it cannot dissolve ok so the ans goes to salt

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