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Grade: 6
        
WritLemonade is prepared by mixing by lemon juice and sugar in water. You wish to add ice cool it . should you add ice to the lemonade before or after dissolving sugar ? In which case it would be possible?
one year ago

Answers : (4)

Arun
23013 Points
							
Dear student
 
Ice should be added after dissolving the sugar. Saturation level increases with increase in temperature and vice-versa is also true. So, it is possible to dissolve more sugar in water at room temperature rather than at lesser temperature.
one year ago
saravanan
18 Points
							
the ice should be added after the sugar is dissolving .as the saturation level of the ice increases.so it is true that the sugar will dissolve in the water at the temperature of the room
one year ago
tanveer mushraf
16 Points
							
ice should be added after the sugar is dissolved because main factor effecting on the solubility is temparature
8 months ago
Varsha Shivanand K
56 Points
							
Ice should be added after dissolving sugar because the dissolving rate of sugar lowers at low temperature and more sugar can be dissolved  when kept at high or normal room temp. 
If ice is added before dissolving sugar then the sugar won't be able to dissolve in the lemonade.  
7 months ago
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