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Yes it can be.
Ink is a solution. It consists of a carrier, such as water, alcohol or oil and pigments. The carrier evaporates and leaves the pigments on the paper.
Ethanol is a substance. CH3CHOH
its also called pure alcohol Ethanol [C2H5OH)] is a pure compound.
Gold is an element, not a mixture.It's a pure substance as well. Gold is even isotopically pure, as it has only one naturally occurring isotope.
Chocolate is a mixture of many compounds.
Zinc is a pure substance.
It is a mixture. It comprises of some clostridium bacteria (that are healty) lipids (fats and other naturally produced proteins etc. It is not made up of repetative molecules …i.e water. Hpe that helps . saif
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Yes, as long as a substance is 100% (purity), it is considered as a pure substance. But logically, there is no such thing as a pure substance.
It's an element. So, yes, it's a substance, not a mixture.
Iron is a pure substance. It's an element (Fe) and a bar of Iron is no mixture. If it was pure iron, then by definition it would be pure. However iron is rarely pure, it is… usually in alloy with something.
Yes,pure honey is a mixture.It containsglucose,fructose,sucrose,some other sugars,water,lipids and othersubstances.
Salt can refer to many chemical compounds but it is frequently used to refer to table salt or cooking salt. The pure form of salt is sodium chloride (NaCl). Salt used for cul…inary purposes often has traces of other compounds so cannot be regarded as pure.
Water, acetone and ethanol are all pure substances (or can be) and they are also compounds.