A substance is homogeneous; it is an element or a pure compound.A mixture can be both homogeneous and heterogeneous; it is the combination of two or more substances.Since carbon is an element, it is a substance.
Pure carbon is an element, which is a pure substance, and therefore is homogeneous. It is not a mixture.
A diamond is a pure substance: carbon.
it is a pure substance...an allotrope of carbon
Neither. Carbon dioxide is a pure substance, not a mixture.
No. Carbon dioxide is compound, which makes it a pure substance.
Pure substance; it is one form of pure carbon.
Yes. Water is a homogeneous (pure) substance.
Graphite is actually considered a pure substance and not a mixture. However, this substance could be considered a homogenous substance since it only contains carbon.
Homogeneous can it be used as one substance
Sugar is a compound, which is a homogeneous substance, but not a mixture.
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yes a collloid is a homogeneous
homogeneous have same substance in mixture.heterogeneous have two different substance.
Quartz is a homogeneous substance. It is the compound silicon dioxide, SiO2.
No, it is a homogeneous substance.
compounds are not homogeneous
homogeneous- it's a pure substance
Homogeneous because you can't see the carbon in the sand.
CO2 is a pure substance and so is homogeneous. Hint: if it has a chemical formula then it is a pure substance.
Not a substance, it is a pure compound. Each crystallic particle is pure NaCl, homogeneous
Sulfur is an element and therefore a homogeneous substance.
Pure argon gas is a homogeneous substance.
Acetylene is a pure substance so it is homogeneous.
A homogeneous substance is the same throughout. So, a bar of pure gold, a diamond, pure water, saline water (water with salt dissolved in it) and nitrogen gas are all homogeneous, as they consist of the same substance(s) throughout. In other words, they are regular.So, you could say that a homogeneous substance is a puresubstance.