Sophia D.

asked • 12/20/15

how many grams of sugar would you need to have the same number of particles as 5.0 grams of salt?

I'm having a hard time with my chemistry lab, please help!

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Eduardo C.

that's wrong because the chemical formula for sugar (sucrose) is C12H22O11
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12/14/16

Fernan L.

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Hello Eduardo,
It appears that you have some insight as to the source of the question. Did the question from the source state that it was sucrose? As I re-read the Wyzant Resources question, it did not specify the type of sugar (monosaccharide, disaccharide, oligosaccharide) for the problem. If it does/did, then thank you for the correction. Otherwise then perhaps you missed my qualifying remark: "Sugar = let us assume it is glucose".  Speaking of sugar, I am going to get some ice cream. Have a good night Eduardo.
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12/14/16

Brooklyn M.

The source did happen to state that it was sucrose, as I have the original source of information in front of me at the moment. But thank you so much for your help!
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10/19/20

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