they are alike cause of the solvent and the volume of mass
false all solutions are mixtures but not all mixtures are solutions
Solutions are mixtures but not all mixtures are solutions, take a mixture of salt and sugar.
yes, all solutions are mixtures
All solutions are mixtures but not all mixtures are solutions. A solution is a mixture of compounds where molecules of one compound are dissolved in another like salt(the solute) in water(the solvent). Other mixtures might not be solutions though, like sand and gravel, because one does not dissolve in the other
No mixtures are solvents
Solutions are mixtures that are homogeneous, that is, evenly mixed throughout. So, all solutions are mixtures, but not all mixtures are solutions. For example, sand and water could be seen as a mixture, but the parts are not evenly distributed, and so it could not be considered a solution.
yes it is a solution, and all solutions are mixtures, but all mixtures are not solutions.
All solutions are mixtures but not all mixtures are solutions. Milk is a Mixtures of protein, fat, lactose and minerals in the form of colloids. Chocolate drink is a mixtures of suspense solid and milk (colloids) with sugar (solution).
Yes, all solutions are by definition mixtures.
Yes, it is true, a mixture is a solution - and visa versa.
solutions dissociate in water
Solutions are mixtures, but mixtures are not solutions.It's exactly analogous to "cats are animals, but animals are not cats" ... that is, every cat is an animal, but not every animal is a cat. Cats (and solutions) have specific properties that are not shared by all animals (or mixtures).
No, they can be suspensions too.
All solutions are mixtures, because they involve mixing anyway. However, all mixtures are not solutions, because according to the definition of solution, the microstructure of the solute (Molecules) must be penetrated and undergo the process called solvolysis. As a result, solution must be homogeneous. Mixtures can be either heterogeneous or homogeneous
Because solutions contain two or more components.
They are not the same at all! :-P
Not all mixtures are solutions and vice versa. A mixture could be spaghetti and bolognese but that isn't a solution because nothing dissolves in to the other thing. A tablet in water is a solution because the tablet dissolves.
because a solution is when somthing is desolved into somthing else and therefore they are mixed or a mixture, but all mixtures are not solutions because for example if i mix salt and sugar it's only a mixture because its not disovled into anything. salt into water would be an example of a solution
mixturesBy Mickey Rabie
Yes. All solutions are mixtures.
Yes. Er, no.To be precise, solutions are mixtures (though not all mixtures are solutions). So it's actually both.
No. A solution is a homogeneous mixture -- in which the components have the same composition throughout, down to the molecular level. Salt water and air are examples of solutions. Many mixtures are not homogenous. Rocks and oil-based salad dressing are examples of mixtures that are not solutions.<br>
ALL compounds are mixtures
Not necessarily. A solution is a kind of mixture but not all mixtures are solutions.
More than one element.