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Explain how you would prepare a saturated aqueous solution of table sugar.

Heat the solution to near its boiling point. With stirring, add table sugar to water. Keep adding sugar until no more dissolves. Allow the solution to cool.

With stirring, add table sugar to water. Keep adding sugar until no more dissolves.

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    That sounds as if you have written instructions for two preps; i.e., one at boiling T for water and the other at room T. Either should be adequate. With the first one, you will get crystallization when the solution cools.

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