It depends on the mixture. In a homogeneous mixture such as air, salt water, or brass the particles are evenly mixed.
But in a heterogeneous mixture such as mud or oily water there is an uneven distribution.
No. A solution is a type of mixture in which particles of the two substances are easily mixed
When all of a mixture's atoms, molecules, and particles are evenly mixed it is called a colloid.
If multiple substances are combined, a process called diffusion occurs; when the particles are evenly mixed, the term is uniform concentration.
Such a mixture could be described as homogeneous.
Sometimes They are in a a homogeneous mixture such as salt water or brass but are not in a heterogeneous mixture such as mud or oily water.
This substance is called homogeneous mixture.
A mixture with equal percentage of components.
This type of mixture is known as a homogeneous mixture. On the other hand, a mixture in which the particles are not distributed evenly is a heterogeneous mixture.
In a homogeneous mixture particles are spread evenly.
Brass is an alloy, which is (generally) a combination of metals in a metallic matrix. In the case of brass, we see copper and zinc in combination, and these metals come together to become evenly mixed at the atomic level. That said, is brass a mixture in which the particles are evenly mixed at the level of atoms or molecules? Yes, it is.
Yes, homogeneous mixture particles are spread evenly throughout the mixture, like lemonade.
a homogeneous mixture
A heterogenous mixture.
homogeneous mixture is evenly mix
A homogeneous mixture is formed.
This is a nonhomogeneous mixture.
Yes, that is correct. A homogeneous mixture contains particles of two or more different substances that are evenly spread apart.
A colloid is a homogeneous mixture in which particles are mixed together but not dissolved.