No actually it is a mixture because maplesyrup has more than one
thiing in it
Maple syrup is a heterogeneous mixture.
Maple syrup is a homogeneous mixture.
Maple syrup (or flavored) is a mixture.
No, it is a mixture of maple leaves.
Maple syrup is not a compound, it is a mixture.
Neither. Maple syrup is a mixture.
Maple syrup is a homogeneous mixture. This is because all of its components are distributed equally throughout the entire mixture.
Yes, maple syrup is considered a type of homogeneous mixture. Its separate components are not visible because it is uniform in composition.
Maple syrup is a homogeneous mixture of water and various sugars!!!
water vapor is it really ...
Syrup is homogeneous mixture because it looks the same throughout the substance. The prefix HOMO means SAME.
maple syrup is a conglomeration of water and different natural sugars along with other components that keep a tree alive (hence why it is present in trees in the first place!). So it is a mixture :)
In making it, you boil off the water.
Maple syrup, maple syrup, and also maple syrup
No, maple syrup comes from the Maple tree. Corn syrup comes from corn.
Maple syrup is not a pure substance. It is a complex mixture of sugars and other materials that provide flavor and texture, and are what is left after removing a lot, but not all, of the water from the sap of the sugar maple tree.
No, they are not the same. Maple syrup comes from the Maple tree and corn syrup is made from corn.
There is no protein in maple syrup.
Maple syrup, because when you put maple syrup, water and oil in a cup, the maple syrup slowly goes down.
Maple syrup comes from the maple tree, cane syrup comes from sugar cane.
No, maple syrup does not have to boil to become maple syrup. Maple syrup can be used on many things, including pancakes, waffles, and french toast as well.