When sugar dissolves, these whole sucrose molecules separate from one another. The molecule itself doesn't come apart: The atoms that make up each molecule stay together as a sucrose molecule.
Sand will not dissolve in water because the "bond" of water is not strong enough to dissolve the sand. However, some strong acids can dissolve sand. Dissolution will proceed faster in warmer water, because it has more room for the molecules of the salt to “fit” between the molecules of water.
1 . b. ammonium chloride
2. C. by increasing pressure and lowering temperature
3. b. decreases
4. b. evolved
2. a) true
3. a) leaves
Ammonium chloride can be separated by sublimation.As sawdust floats on water we can filter it .Sand sinks and is left behind.
b. Clayey soil
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sandy soil does hold water
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when some partical we see in glass we say it doesn't dissolve
Sand never dissolves in water