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A mixture is not a solution if it is in solid form.
Solution is the mixture and the result of a solute and a solvent
A mixture consists of two or more substances that are combined together. Solutions are homogeneous mixtures that exist in one phase. An example of a solution is sugar wate…r.
yes it can be a mixture, say you put sand in into a bucket of water it is considered a mixture
2 or more different substances together
mixtures are solutions.they are solutions because when the substace of a solid dissolves from a liquid it becomes a solution. Note: solutions are not mixtures.....mixtures are… solutions
A mixture is a two or more materials to make properties.
A cake is a solution because all of the ingredients are mixed together.
A colloidal suspension is neither a mixture nor a solution.
yes, because a solution is anything with more than one thing put together.
It is because there are many ingredients such as butter , sugar , eggs and flour and all of these together in one bowl mixed up is called a mixture.
Any solid that is visibly heterogeneous, such as chocolate chip cookies, granites, etc. Also liquid suspensions, such as milk.
A mixture of most ingredients needed to make a cake. In most cases and egg or water or both is needed to be added and then you simply whisk and bake.
When making a cake is it an example of separating a mixture and a solution or combining a mixture and a solution?
It would be combining a mixture and a solution.
It is the product of baking.
Because you dont see EVERY single ingredient inside the cake. You see it all as one( Besides the frosting of course I guess) . Adding sugar into your tea is a mixture beca…use it doesnt really dissolve(depending) You can still see the sugar inside the tea. So it's a mixture, NOT a compound.