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Describe how the arrangement of the atoms and molecules in a sugar crystal differ from those in a piece of plastic.

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Sugar crystal is made of molecules of sucrose which are made up of one molecule of glucose and one molecule of fructose. It has crystalline structure since all these molecules are arranged in crystal structure like a cell. This structure repeats over and over and makes bigger crystal structure.

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