Brass is a homogeneous mixture.
No. Brass is a homogeneous mixture.
Brass is a compound, a heterogeneous mixture, and in Metallurgy it is called an Alloy.
It isn't, Brass is Homogeneous
Brass is homogeneous.
Brass is an alloy (a homogeneous mixture).
Dirt is a heterogeneous mixture.
NO.. it is not ..it is an alloy.
Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc; alloys are considered as heterogeneous mixtures.
Granite is a heterogenoues mixture. Brass is homogeneous.
Homogenous mixture of two metals.
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.
Brass is a homogeneous mixture because it is an alloy consisting of copper and zinc. Alloys are made from combinations of different metals. Homogeneous mixtures are uniform in their compositions.
A heterogeneous mixture.
A heterogeneous mixture is a mixture in which you can tell is made up of different parts. So basically if you can see with your eye that the mixture has different components to it, then it is heterogeneous. Examples include: Chocolate chip cookie Italian salad dressing Blood (you can see the parts microscopically so it is heterogeneous) Orange juice with pulp Homogeneous is the opposite. You can't tell the substance is a mixture by looking at it: Saltwater Brass
It is a heterogeneous mixture
It is a heterogeneous mixture.
Raisin bread is a heterogeneous mixture.
a heterogeneous mix
Salad dressing is a heterogeneous mixture.