Molecular formula for sucrose dissolving into water?

C11H22O11 + H20 –> ?

sorry C12H22O11 for sucrose

4 Answers

  • You end up with wet sugar. Wet sugar that has split up into individual molecules of sugar, but nothing more. It does not dissociate into ions.

    ……………………H2O

    C12H22O11(s) ——–> C12H22O11(aq)

  • Sucrose Dissolved In Water

  • Moles of solute divided by kilograms of solvent

  • …………………..H2O(l)

    C12H22O11(s) ———-> C12H22O11(aq)

    (ignore the dots, I needed the place holder)

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