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Sucrose density

Description

Sucrose, also known by the name saccharose, is a disaccharide formed from the monosaccharides glucose and fructose. It is most commonly known as ordinary table sugar.

Sucrose is found naturally in a variety of plants, especially in their roots, fruits, and nectars. For human consumption, sucrose is extracted and refined from either sugar cane or sugar beet.

Commercially, sucrose is mainly used as a sweetener in many food products and beverages, such as soft drinks and energy drinks. Besides that, sucrose is added to a variety of food products as a preservative or thickener for sauces and marinades.

Density of sucrose – concentration measurement

g/cm3 % w/w
0.99821 0.0
1.00209 1.0
1.00599 2.0
1.00991 3.0
1.01385 4.0
1.01783 5.0
1.02183 6.0
1.02586 7.0
1.02991 8.0
1.03400 9.0
1.03811 10.0
1.04226 11.0
1.04643 12.0
1.05064 13.0
1.05487 14.0
1.05914 15.0
1.06343 16.0
1.06776 17.0
1.07212 18.0
1.07651 19.0
1.08093 20.0
1.08538 21.0
1.08987 22.0
1.09439 23.0
1.09894 24.0
1.10353 25.0
1.10814 26.0
1.11280 27.0
1.11748 28.0
1.12220 29.0
1.12695 30.0
1.13174 31.0
1.13656 32.0
1.14142 33.0
1.14631 34.0
1.15124 35.0
1.15621 36.0
1.16120 37.0
1.16624 38.0
1.17131 39.0
1.17641 40.0
1.18156 41.0
1.18674 42.0
1.19196 43.0
1.19721 44.0
1.20251 45.0
1.20784 46.0
1.21320 47.0
1.21861 48.0
1.22405 49.0
1.22953 50.0
1.23505 51.0
1.24061 52.0
1.24620 53.0
1.25183 54.0
1.25750 55.0
1.26321 56.0
1.26895 57.0
1.27474 58.0
1.28056 59.0
1.28642 60.0
1.29232 61.0
1.29825 62.0
1.30423 63.0
1.31025 64.0
1.31630 65.0
1.32239 66.0
1.32852 67.0
1.33468 68.0
1.34089 69.0
1.34714 70.0
1.35342 71.0
1.35974 72.0
1.36610 73.0
1.37250 74.0
1.37893 75.0
1.38541 76.0
1.39192 77.0
1.39847 78.0
1.40505 79.0
1.41168 80.0
1.41833 81.0
1.42503 82.0
1.43177 83.0
1.43854 84.0
1.44535 85.0
1.45219 86.0
1.45907 87.0
1.46599 88.0
1.47294 89.0
1.47993 90.0
1.48696 91.0
1.49402 92.0
1.50112 93.0
1.50825 94.0
1.51541 95.0
1.52261 96.0
1.52985 97.0
1.53712 98.0
1.54442 99.0
1.55176 100.0

Reference

Sucrose (C12H22O11)

Landolt-Boernstein, based on true density at 20 °C