Is Gatorade an element or compound?


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2011-03-02 01:32:56
2011-03-02 01:32:56

It's neither! Actually Gatorade is a homogeneous mixture. A homogeneous mixture is a solid, liquid, or gas that contains two or more substances blended evenly throughout.

Gatorade contains elements that are blended together to make compound, and also many other very long chemical mixtures but all in all its really a homogeneous mixture.

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