A kind of homogeneous mixture?
All mixtures of gases within containers* are homogeneous as long as all constituents remain in the gas phase, as are all true solutions and many metal alloys.
*The natural atmosphere is not homogeneous because the attraction of gravity concentrates more massive gases in the lower atmosphere.
The definition of a homogeneous mixture is 'A mixture of two or more substances that cannot be easily separated by common physical means (ie settling, filtration, etc.).Samples from different parts of this mixture have the same composition.' So I suppose it depends on the kind of cookie. A chocolate chip cookie is NOT and example of a homogeneous mixture, it is an example of a hetrogeneous mixture. However a sugar cookie or shortbread cookie IS…