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What is the specific type of homogenous mixture in the left image?

What is the specific type of homogenous mixture in the left image?

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A. An atom
B. An element
C. A solution
D. A compound

This question is part of Pure Substances and ChemistryQuiz
Asked by Trent, Last updated: Feb 20, 2020

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Isabella

Isabella

Answered Nov 06, 2018

One specific type of homogeneous mixture is: A solution

 

A.Jeff

A.Jeff

Answered Apr 25, 2018

By definition, a solution is a mixture in which a solute is disintegrated and equitably conveyed in a dissolvable.

Any evident solution is a homogeneous mixture. Numerous things that seem homogeneous at first glance are heterogeneous on the micro level. Milk for instance under tha microscope comprises of fat beads, protein particles and a fluid. Blood comprises of cells of a few sorts suspended in plasma.

Homogeneous mixtures have a similar sythesis all through.

For Instance: Sugar solution when the whole solution wind up lackluster, Salt water solution, Air without any clouds, Weakened wine, Vinegar solution.

Heterogeneous mixture have confined concentration i.e., their sythesis fluctuates from place to put.

For Instance: Cloudy air, Sand, Blood, River water, Oil-water mixture

 

innocent

Innocent

Answered Feb 22, 2017

Answer is solution
 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Nov 27, 2016

A solution
 

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