Quartz is a homogeneous substance. It is the compound silicon dioxide, SiO2.
Quartz (silicon dioxide, SiO2) is a pure substance, not a mixture.
Pure quartz is homogeneous. However, so-called quartz rocks found in nature are usually heterogeneous.
No, it is a homogeneous substance.
Iron ore is a heterogeneous substance.
Homogeneous can it be used as one substance
Sugar is a compound, which is a homogeneous substance, but not a mixture.
heterogeneous and homogeneous is not the same so the substance is homogeneous and the mixture is heterogenous..
No, it is heterogeneous.
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.
Theoretically yes, though any given sample of quartz may contain inclusions (non-quartz stuff trapped inside) making it heterogeneous.
i think its a heterogeneous... no homogeneous.. naw heterogeneous... wait man i dnt know look it up,
Granite is a heterogeneous substance. This is due to the fact that it does not appear to be consistently made of one material. An example of a homogeneous substance would be water.
wood is a heterogeneous substance..
A homogenous substance.
homogeneous have same substance in mixture.heterogeneous have two different substance.
Sulfur is an element and therefore a homogeneous substance.
It is a pure substance.
An item that is homogeneous is completely uniform in its substance. An items that is heterogeneous is not uniform and has many components.
Sediment is a heterogeneous mixture
This is is a heterogeneous material.
it's a homogeneous mixture
They are homogeneous. But they are not a mixture, so they are a pure substance
Gin is a homogeneous mixture.
No, it is a chemically homogeneous substance.