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IneedhelpwithChem
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Chemical equations

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Hi everyone I have an assignment on the solubility of sugar in different liquids. How do I create/ what are chemical equations for
1) sugar + oil
2) sugar + rubbing alcohol
3) sugar + water



Thanks for helping
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Re: Chemical equations

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Dissolving something in a liquid is a physical process. That is not chemical. So no equation available.
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Re: Chemical equations

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That's weird. This was the question the lecturer gave.
"Write an equation representing the solubility of sugar in the different solvents (3 marks)"
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