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SUGAR IS ADDED TO WATER TO FORM SOLUTION<br />
Sugar is added to water<br />
The sugar dissolves to form a homogeneous mixture or solution. A solute (table sugar) added to a solvent (water) produces a solution. Here, the solution is comprised of sugar molecules evenly distributed among water molecules.

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SUGAR IS ADDED TO WATER TO FORM SOLUTION
Sugar is added to water
The sugar dissolves to form a homogeneous mixture or solution. A solute (table sugar) added to a solvent (water) produces a solution. Here, the solution is comprised of sugar molecules evenly distributed among water molecules.

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