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Answer to Question #9860 in Organic Chemistry for ku

Question #9860
When sugar or salt is dissolved into water,it disappears.What does this show?
Expert's answer
When sugar or salt is dissolved into water, sugar or salt molecules from solid
interact with water molecules (this process is named solvatation).
Solvated
molecules distribute among water molecules and are invisible.(sugar or salt is
disappears).

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