Heterogeneous materials are more common around us.
There is more than 1 ingredient, so it is heterogeneous.
Heterogeneous: Mixtures of more than one substance are always heterogeneous.
heterogeneous because you can see that there is more than one thing in the mixture.
It is a heterogeneous mixture of solid, liquid and gasious components. Because you have more than one pure substance in more than one phase, the mixture is heterogeneous.
Homogeneous mixtures are more difficult to separate than heterogeneous mixtures because the particles are all mixed together, whereas heterogeneous mixtures have particles big enough to see.
i dont know this is based on your own thought the answer is not written in stone
Tin is a heterogeneous mixture because it is contains more than one part. Soil and pizza are other examples of heterogeneous mixtures.
Heterogeneous -- if it has chunks of vegetables in it.If it is only broth (with no chunks of any kind) than it would be homogeneous.See the Related Questions for more information.
Heterogeneous, as it is made up of more than 1 substance.
A homogeneous mixture is a mixture of more than one substance that is consistent throughout the mixture. A heterogeneous mixture is a mixture where there are varying concentrations of the substances throughout the mixture. Heterogeneous is unevenly mixed and homogeneous is evenly mixed. Homogenous=not separable by mechanical methods Heterogeneous=separable by mechanical methods
If the toothpaste is striped, it is a heterogeneous mixture, because more than 1 substance is visible in the mixture. If the toothpaste is a gel, it is also heterogeneous. Plain white toothpaste is a homogeneous mixture because only 1 substance is visible :)
Iodine is much more soluble in ethanol than in water, so it will usually form a homogeneous mixture. Of course, if you add more solid iodine than will dissolve in your quantity of ethanol at the temperature at which you are working, the excess solid will sink to the bottom. In that case, you have a heterogeneous mixture.
I think it is homogeneous because it is different than the air we breathe.
A homogeneous mixture has a uniform appearance and composition throughout, even on the particulate level. A homogeneous mixture is also called a solution. Liquid solutions are transparent rather than cloudy. Therefore, tomato sauce is indeed a heterogeneous mixture.
no they are very different than compounds
Its non uniform.
It depends on the components. If it's a mixture of oil and vinegar then it would be considered a heterogeneous, because the components aren't proportioned. Vinegar is more dense than oil so it will stay at the bottom. But, if it's a mixture like salt and water, then it would be considered a homogeneous because the mixture is a solution.
Butter is a homogeneous mixture. When all the components are mixed together the resulting product some how looks same but it is more thick than water
A solution is a homogeneous mixture, consisting of two or more substances. Not only can a solution be liquid, it can also be a solid or gaseous. It is only homogeneous if you can only see one phase. For example, a glass of milk is only white but it is a mixture of more than one substance. A heterogeneous mixture is like a pizza; you can see more than one phase (cheese, vegetables, crust, etc).
heterogenous because in vegetable soup you can see more than one ingredientHeterogeneous- does not have the same composition through out- is easily distinguishable
The most common type of diesel fuel is a specific fractional distillate of petroleum crude oil. This means that it is made up of more than one chemical compound and is therefore a homogeneous mixture (because the mixture is uniform).
The second one sounds lamer than the first?
No. Mixtures can be a single phase, such as in the case of salt water. This is a homogeneous mixture. A heterogeneous mixture would have more than one phase.
Sand can be heterogeneous as sand can be made up of more than one mineral/substance. However sand is frequently made up of just quartz grains (or in the tropics Just calcite grains) and in these cases the sand would be homogeneous.