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2014-08-14T00:33:42+05:30

because in boiling salt is melted and can be formed solid but during boiling sugar is not melted but it is decomposed so we don't get the sugar backĀ 
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what happens to sugar ? it is decomposed and evaporates after ?? what happens ?
The solution is said to be supersaturated with sugar when heated up to higher temperature. Supersaturation is an unstable state. The sugar molecules will begin to crystallize back into a solid at the least provocation. Stirring or jostling of any kind can cause the sugar to begin crystallizing, if you over cross the provocation it will become black silt or black soot .eg making of candy and jaggery is the good example...
so sugar is converted to another form and not lost. this is missing in answers. if we heat the solution slowly, we can get sugar crystals back.
2014-08-14T14:43:27+05:30

the salt is melted I water but it evaporates...but the sugar does not melt in water and is decomposed...that's the reason salt can be got back but not sugar
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what happens to sugar ? it is decomposed and evaporates after ?? what happens ?
so sugar is converted to another form and not lost. this is missing in answers. if we heat the solution slowly, we can get back sugar crystals. if overheated, then sugar changes its form. the answers are not completely right