Sugar_in_Tea

Sugar_in_Tea - back. Boil it up so that the water...

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A cup of tea.
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How could we get the sugar back out of the tea?
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Put it through a strainer.
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Boil it up so that the water evaporates.
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Stir it really hard.
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Put it in the freezer.
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I don’t think you can get the sugar back.
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What do you think? Why? I don’t think you can get the sugar
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Unformatted text preview: back. Boil it up so that the water evaporates. Put it in the freezer. Stir it really hard. Put it through a strainer. Evaporate the water? What will be left behind? How will you separate this? Is the process reversible?...
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