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Is a substances mix evenly with other substancess?

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A homogeneous mixture.

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Oil does mix with other substances for instance if you had some pure ethanol, oil would dissolve in it.


a substances mix when you combined them together


Forms when different particles of matter mix evenly


Two polar substances will mix as will two non-polar substances. However, a polar and a non-polar substance will not mix.


Water and oil don't mix because water is a polar substance and oil is nonpolar. Polar substances will only dissolve other polar substances or ionic substances, but will not dissolve nonpolar substances. Remember "Like dissolves like."


Water and oil don't mix because water is a polar substance and oil is nonpolar. Polar substances will only dissolve other polar substances or ionic substances, but will not dissolve nonpolar substances. Remember "Like dissolves like."


Water and oil don't mix because water is a polar substance and oil is nonpolar. Polar substances will only dissolve other polar substances or ionic substances, but will not dissolve nonpolar substances. Remember "Like dissolves like."


Water and oil don't mix because water is a polar substance and oil is nonpolar. Polar substances will only dissolve other polar substances or ionic substances, but will not dissolve nonpolar substances. Remember "Like dissolves like."



Oil and water do not mix because the triglyceride bonds have a hydrophobic (meaning does not like water) ends and therefore it will not react (or mix) with water. Water and oil don't mix because water is a polar substance and oil is nonpolar. Polar substances will only dissolve other polar substances or ionic substances, but will not dissolve nonpolar substances. Remember "Like dissolves like."


They are soluble in other solvents. Alkenes and alkanes are non-polar substances, which relates to the equidistant position of shared electrons in covalent bonding. Water is a polar substance because the oxygen component holds the electrons which are shared with hydrogen closer to its nucleus, and further from the hydrogen's nucleus. Polar can mix with polar substances. Non-polar can mix with non-polar substances. Non-polar can NOT mix with polar substances. Alkanes and alkenes can mix with each other, but not with water.


they wont mix together and they will repel each other.


The components of an emulsion are liquids normally immiscible.


Oil and water will not mix as water is a polar substance and oil is nonpolar. Polar substances will only dissolve other polar substances or ionic substances, but not nonpolar substances. Thus, they stay separate, and water is more dense then oil, which is why the oil floats (same principals as to why anything floats)


Miscible means two substances can mix together , Immiscible means they can't mix together .


It is used to mix or cut in ingredients evenly.


A solution is a solute and a solvent mixed together. For example, if you mix salt (the solute) and water (the solvent) together, you then create a solution (eg. The sea)


Emulsifiers are substances that can mix other substances together that won't normally mix, for example you would use egg yolk to mix oil and water together. They do this by having a hydrophobic end that is attracted to the oil molecules and a hydrophilic end that is attracted to the water molecules, consequently bring the two substances together. They can be found in common foods like mayo and jam.


it is when the fuel burnt and smoke comes out from the exhaust.gases mix mix with other substances in the air poisonous gas is produced. it lower the quality of the air we breathe. by RYANZAR_FUERZAS


These substances are called immiscible; for example water and vegetable oil.


Well, you have to be very specific about this question. Substances can separate in a compound mixture, such as chex mix, by pulling the stuff right out. Other stuff, maybe not.


none,because nickel is element and elements are pure substances like iron,oxygen,gold,etc.*note:pure substance has no other substance or substances mix on it


a coarse mixture is a mixture of substances which when you mix all substaNces you can see the ingredients or substances that are mixed it is not dissolved.. a perfect example of it is a halo-halo a coarse mixture is a mixture of substances which when you mix all substaNces you can see the ingredients or substances that are mixed it is not dissolved.. a perfect example of it is a halo-halo


Liquids that do not mix at all in each other are known as immiscible for example water and cyclohexane or water and oil.



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