Cement is not homogeneous.
Homogeneous. The parts from which cement is made from are indiscernible.
Cement is heterogeneous.
Cement is considered a heterogeneous mixture; but there are and contrary opinions.
No. Cement is a mixture of several elements and water. Hydraulic cement is made from limestone, clay, and gypsum.
No, cement is a heterogeneous mixture.
Cement is a homogenous mixture, but concrete is not.
No - a sidewalk made out of this material always contains sands and aggregates of various sizes and can not be truly homogeneous.
It is a heterogeneous mixture.
It is a heterogeneous mixture because you cannot easily separate the different parts that it is made of.
cement is binding material while concreat is an homogeneous mixtur of cement sand and soil water etc.
Heterogeneous. Mix of sand, different sized gravel, and very fine Portland Cement.
Examples: Homogeneous: vinegar (solution of acetic acid in water), brine (solution of sodium chloride in water), air (a mixture of gases). Heterogeneous: a mixture of cement and sand, a rock, a cake.
Concrete is a heterogeneous mixture. Ingredients in concrete are cement, sand, aggregates,and water. These are mixed based on mix design.
cement cement it is easier to run on cement cement
It is a Homogeneous mixture
Examples of heterogeneous material include salt water, coffee, cement and cottage cheese. Examples of homogeneous material include granite, blood, sand, and salt.
My opinion is that concrete is not homogeneous.
Gatorade is a homogeneous mixture.
A homogeneous mixture is 100% homogeneous.