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Why is sodium chloride not considered a mixture?
No, it is a compound, hence it is a pure substance. A mixture has no definite composition of constituents but sodium chloride has always a fixed composition i.e. one atom of s…odium and one atom of Chlorine
No it's not a homogeneous mixture.
It is a substance called an ionic compound. It has a definite chemical composition of NaCl. Mixtures do not have a definite chemical composition.
I think you mean "a mixture or a compound". It is a compound.
a mixture of ammonium chloride and sodium chloride is a mixture of the both. both being chlorides cannot chemically react with other. So they can only be physically mixed.
Sodium chloride is a substance, not a mixture.
Sodium chloride is a compound and not a mixture because it is a pure substance which cannot be separated physically. Mixtures contain components which are not chemically bonde…d, and thus can typically be separated by nonchemical means. However, all of the atoms in sodium chloride are bonded in a network and can only be separated with chemical methods.
No sodium chloride (table salt), is a compound.
Sodium chloride (NaCl) is a chemical compound not a mixture.
At room temperature sodium chloride is a solid chemical compound (NaCl). Dissolved in water NaCl form a solution.
This water solution is a homogeneous mixture.
Sodium chloride is a compound, not a mixture.
Sodium chloride can be mixed (as solid or in solutions) with other substances.
Ferric sodium chloride ( Na 3 ClFe) is acompound not a mixture.
Sodium chloride is not a mixture or an element; sodium chloride (NaCl) is a chemical compound.
Sodium chloride is a compound (NaCl) not a mixture.