A pure substance is an example of a homegenous mixture that is very evenly mixed. is that right?
A pure substance and a homogeneous mixture are two different things.
A pure substance is anything that is completely by itself. (An element, pretty much)
A homogeneous mixture is a mixture of 2+ compounds that you can not differentiate the separate substances in the product. Such as soda, it is all one color and one texture, but there are many compounds in it.
In a homogenous mixture the substance are so evenly distributed that it is difficult to distinguish one substance in the mixture from another but it only contains only one substance and it will appear the same. In a heterogenous mixture the parts of the mixture are noticeably different from one another and the mixture is different and kind.
There is no such thing as a homozygous mixture but homozygous is having identical pairs of genes for any given pair of hereditary characteristics. A heterogeneous mixture is where the substance is not evenly mixed, and a homogeneous mixture is where the two or more substances are evenly mixed molecularly but not bonded together.
A mixture where particles are dispersed throughout a liquid or gas ,but are not heavy enough to settle out. (Ex. Jello, Whipped Cream, Milk, Mayo) T.S.C. A colloid is a type of mixture in which tiny particles of one substance are evenly disperse in another substance and do not settle out over time. Fog/mist is a good example, it is a gas that has liquid particles distributed throughout it.
A solution is a mixture that appears to be a single substance but is not composed of particles of two or more substances that are distributed evenly amongst each other. HOPE U UNDERSATND A solution is a mixture that appears to be a single substance but is not composed of particles of two or more substances that are distributed evenly amongst each other. HOPE U UNDERSATND A solution is a mixture that appears to be…
Mixtures are made of components that are not chemically bonded. They do not have a definite composition. They can be heterozygous or homozygous. In heterozygous mixtures, the individual components are visible and may not be evenly distributed. In a homozygous mixture, which is a solution, the individual components are not distinguishable, and are evenly distributed. Beef stew would be an example of a heterogeneous mixture. Tea would be an example of a homogeneous mixture.
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 concentrations 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
A homogenous mixture is a mixture of substance where the substance is so evenly mixed you cannot see the different parts that make it up. Some examples, of a homogenous mixture could be table salt and table sugar. However, some mixtures can also be gases or liquids. Brass and the air we breathe are also some examples. :)
In a solution, the particles are dissolved into a substance and spread evenly throughout. The particle that dissolves in something is called a solute. The "something" that the solute is dissolved into is called the solvent. For example, in salt water, the salt is the solute while the water is the solvent.
In a homogeneous mixture the components are evenly dispersed so that only the individual atoms, molecules, and ions remain intact. A homogeneous mixture is distinguishable from a pure substance only on the molecular level. In a homogeneous mixture the components are still somewhat separated into distinct phases in which at least one component is more prevalent. For example in mud, the soil particles are still distinct from the water.
A pure substance is a substance containing only one type of atom or compound, like nitrogen or water. A mixture is a combination of multiple different substances. Homogeneous mixtures, also known as solutions, are mixtures in which the substances are distributed uniformly so that the properties would be the same no matter where you sampled it from. One example would be salt water. Heterogeneous mixtures are combinations in which things aren't mixed evenly and so…
Coffee is not a pure substance, it is a mixture, meaning it is made of two ore more pure substances that have been physically combined. Unbrewed coffee is a heterogeneous mixture or a colloid since it has large to medium sized particles that can be separated by hand. Brewed coffee is a homogeneous mixture since all the particles are evenly mixed.
If the mixture is completely homogeneous, then the mixture is true solution as in the solution the solute particles are completely dissolved and have uniform composition. These are transparent. A colloid is a type of mixture in which one substance is dispersed evenly throughout another. These are mostly translucent, for example:-milk. A suspension is most easy to identify since the solute particles do not dissolve in the solution. They either keep floating in the solution…