Problem: An average human being has about 5.0 L of blood in his or her body. If an average person were to eat 32.0 g of sugar (sucrose, C12H22O11, 342.30 g/mol), and all that sugar were dissolved into the bloodstream, how would the molarity of the blood sugar change?

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An average human being has about 5.0 L of blood in his or her body. If an average person were to eat 32.0 g of sugar (sucrose, C12H22O11, 342.30 g/mol), and all that sugar were dissolved into the bloodstream, how would the molarity of the blood sugar change?

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