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What does SSS stand for?

SSS stands for salt, sugar solution


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Sugar Dissolves in Water Faster Than Salt Science Projects. When a substance dissolves in another substance, it forms a solution. The substance being dissolved is called the solute, and the substance it is dissolving into is called the solvent. Sugar and salt both dissolve in solution relatively easily, but one dissolves quicker than the other. A...
e. salt, sugar), as well as lowering this temperature, also spreads it so there is a less definite, more diffuse melting/freezing point. The greater the quantity of the impurity, the lower the melting/freezing point. In other words, freezing-point depression is a colligative property. And when it comes to colligative properties of solutions, it's the number of molecules of solute that matter, not the type of solute, Comparing two solutions, each containing the same quantity of either salt or sugar, the salt solution.