The correct answer for this question is that both whole-wheat bread and a lump of sugar are both made out of carbohydrates. Further more a whole-wheat bread and a lump of sugar both have sugar inside them!
These are both made mostly of carbohydrates.
A lump of sugar is a group like this= O . or more =) and the ground sugar was already broken down that is why.=)
It is lump sugar
Powdered sugar crystal
The icing sugar has a greater surface area than the lump and so the reaction occurs more easily with the icing sugar powder. This in general applies to many salts and soluble compounds.
the lump of sugar will slowly dissolve and undergo osmosis, if you stir or swirl the beaker it this will happen much faster
The answer is that the yeast makes the bread rise making it alot more tastier than a hard lump of rock
Well, diabetics do not literally eat a 'lump of sugar', but they do eat glucose tablets, which is basically all sugar (but in an edible form). If their blood sugar level is low, they eat the glucose tablet (as you refer to as the 'lump of sugar'), and the sugar (glucose is the same thing as sugar, just a different name) from the glucose tablet increases the blood sugar levels in that person's body, but it does not take immediate affect. The glucose tablets will then increase the blood sugar levels, thereby stabilizing the body's condition. (Having low blood sugar can lead to fainting, so they take it to keep from fainting.) Diabetics who need to use insulin can become hypoglycemic and require more sugar to balance excess insulin.
Granulated sugar is just sugar. Powdered sugar has corn starch in it so that it will stay as a powder and not lump.