A substance composed of 2 (two) or more elements (compounds) thatare physically mixed together but not chemically combined. For instance: .
salt and sugar crystals .
iron …filings and sand .
oil and water (MORE)
In chemistry, a mixture is a material system made up of two or more different substances which are mixed but are not combined chemically. A mixture refers to the physical co…mbination of two or more substances on which the identities are retained and are mixed in the form ofalloys, solutions, suspensions, and colloids. (MORE)
Mixtures have two properties: homogenous which only one phase can be seen ex. water and sugar heterogenous which two or more phase can be seen. ex. halo-halo, soup, etc. not …mixtures are the subtances (MORE)
A homogeneous mixture is a mixture of more than one substance that is consistent throughout the mixture. A heterogeneous mixture is a mixture where there are varying concentra…tions of the substances throughout the mixture. Heterogeneous is unevenly mixed and homogeneous is evenly mixed. Homogenous=not separable by mechanical methods Heterogeneous=separable by mechanical methods (MORE)
An example of a solid mixture is a metal alloy, such as bronze, which is a mixture of copper and tin. An example of a gas mixture is air, which is a mixture of nitrogen, oxyge…n, carbon dioxide, and several other gases. (MORE)
A mixture in which all the components are dissolved in a solution, a mixture of gases, a mixture of solids, pastes that are no longer distinguishable components. Examples: …wine, beer, vegetable oil, etc. (MORE)