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how does sugar concentration affect the viscosity of water???

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  1. A.Avinash_Goutham Group Title
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    directly proportional more the sugar more the viscosity

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    I don't know this stuff for sure but, using my "scientific common sense" along with A.Avinash_Goutham's answer, this can be made intuitive by thinking about honey.

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    http://bit.ly/X2iq59

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    can be linear or exponential 1. Baker, H. G. 1 975. Sugar concentrations in nectars from hummingbird flowers. Biotropica. USA 7. 31-41. (1975). 2. Chirife, J. and Buera, M. P. A simple model for predicting the viscosity of sugar and ligosaccharide solutions. Journal of Food Engineering. USA 33, 221–226. (1997).

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    Sugar concentration should actually increase water viscosity. Think of honey versus water.

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