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The chemical formula for table sugar is C12H11O22. What can you tell from this formula?

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SOURCE: What is the proportion of table sugar to dextrose to equal same amount of sweetness?

I actually would do this by testing and tasting. Not hard to do with a couple glasses of water. Mix in one tsp of sugar in one glass and in the other keep adding the substitute until it tastes the same or close. That will give you your ratio.

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What is the proportion of table sugar to dextrose to equal same amount of sweetness?


I actually would do this by testing and tasting. Not hard to do with a couple glasses of water. Mix in one tsp of sugar in one glass and in the other keep adding the substitute until it tastes the same or close. That will give you your ratio.

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How many teaspoons in 200 grams of caster sugar


There is no direct conversion from teaspoons (volume) to grams (weight) unless you know what product you're using.
this site: shows caster sugar 1 cup = 200 grams. or 48 teaspoons.
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What does chemical symbols mean?


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What is sugar to water ratio for humming bird feeder?


The overwhelming recommendation in the industry for making hummingbird nectar is a solution of 4 parts water to 1 partwhite table sugar (sucrose).

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Where is serial number and mfg date on bissell 73h5 machine


On machines: The serial number is located on a white label like this. It is usually located at the lower back or bottom of the machine (for Lift-Off models - remove Lift-Off pod to locate), or behind the cleaning tanks.
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On cleaning formulas: cleaning formulas do not contain serial numbers. Instead, please enter the full number from the UPC code. Look for it on the back of the bottle or can, near the bottom. Here is a sample:
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Write down the equation for the formation of the complex trans-K[Cr(C2O4)2(H2O)2.3H2O from the reactants K2Cr2O7 and H2C2O4.2H2O.


limiting reactant:
The limiting reagent, or also called the "limiting reactant", is the chemical that determines how far the reaction will go before the chemical in question gets used up, causing the reaction to stop. The chemical of which there are fewer moles than the proportion requires is the limiting reagent.

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There is a much simpler formula which can be used. However, you must first calculate the moles of both of the reagents in the reaction. Once the number of moles have been figured out, just simply fill in this equation (reagent 1 being the first reactant and 2 being the second):

When the answer to the formula is less than zero, reagent 1 is the excess reagent. When the answer is larger than zero, reagent 1 is the limiting reagent. The number shows how much in excess one reagent is from another. If the answer for the formula is zero, both reagents are perfectly balanced. The unit of an answer is in moles.

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Can you please define these words for me? (science) Dissolved, solvent, solute, chemical reaction, concentrated, saturated, dilution & crystallisation.


Dissolve - Think about how you put sugar into cofee, the sugar disolves into it, so you don't drink sugar pieces.

Solvent - is a substance used to disolve stuff. For example acetone disolves plastic in general, so you do not use it to clean your camera.

Solute - is a disolved substance. For example sugar in the cofee after it's been dissolved.

Chemical reaction - When you mix 2 chemical elements that have an action one to another, a chemical reaction happens. For example if you put Sodium in water, it releases hidrogen and heat (often the hidrogen ignites)

Concentrated - if you put too much sugar in your cofee, you say it's too concentrated.

Saturated - the moment you add more sugar to the cofee, and it just does not dissolve, you say the cofee is saturated with sugar.

Dilution - Reducing the concentration of a chemica. Adding more cofee to a saturated cup, is diluting it.

Crystallization - is the natural or artificial process of formation of solid crystals in nature or lab. For example the formation of ice crystals. More on the wikipedia page HERE.

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