Yes it is a physical change. When the sugar is dissolved in the tea, the sugar retains its property of sweetness. And you could let the tea evaporate and you would have the or…iginal sugar left in the container.
Yes. This is because a new colour appears, which is one of the 5 clues to determine whether a change is physical or chemical.
Yes, making tea involves chemical changes. You mix the dried leaves with hot water so that the compounds in the leaves leach into the water, and then strain off the leaves, le…aving an infusion of water which has changed in character, that is, in appearance and, in this case, flavor.
it is a phsical change
it is a physical change.
Dissolving sugar(sucrose) in hot water is a chemical reaction since the sucrose breaks down into glucose and fructose. The acidity of the tea does play a part since it speeds …up the reaction. This is how invert syrup is made.
Chemica, because you are adding something. If it was physical, the "tea" would have to evaporate the water or some thing...
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It is a physical change, because the sugar does not actually combine with the iced tea to form a new compound. You can prove this by evaporating the liquid and separating out …the sugar crystals that form. In a chemical change, one or more new compounds are made by the rearrangement of the original compounds atoms. For example; Si + O2 = SiO2, this is a chemical change.
It is a chemical change because Sucrose (sugar) when dissolved in water is converted into Glucose and Fructose, and can not be collected back from tea or water.
Physical change - the sugar is dissolved in water and forms an aqueous solution, but no chemical change occurs.
Because a physical change affects things like looks and shape. When a piece of lemon turns the tea cloudy, it doesn't affect it's chemical composition.
chemical, you can't take the lemon out
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It is a chemical change. Table Sugar is the crystallized form of liquid Sucrose(also simply known as, Sugar.) By stirring sugar into the tea you are using the tea as a catalys…t in that it "hydrates" the crystal and causes it's chemical structure to return to the liquid form and be absorbed into the makeup of the tea.