Yes. Salt water is a homogeneous mixture.
Salt water is a homogenous mixture
Salt water is a homogeneous mixture (solution).
Salt water is a homogenous mixture, because the parts can be seperated.
No, its not a homogenous mixture as sugar and sugar are not distributed uniformly. However, sugar in water and salt in water is a homogenous mixture.
A mixture of salt and water, if stirred until the salt is completely dissolved, is a homogenous mixture.
It is a homogeneous solution.
it is an homogenous mixture....maybe(:
The mixture of water and salt is a homogeneous mixture. This is an example using the phrase homogeneous mixture.
No, Salt water is a homogenous mixture, as long as it is not over saturation point. Water dissolves salt, therefore the solution is able to be even concentration throughout.
Mixing salt and sugar is not a solution. It is a mixture(heterogenous in nature). But mixture of either of them in water is a solution as it is homogenous.
Saline is a homogenous solution of salt in water.
No it is a mixture and a solution
Common salt is a compound (NaCl), not a mixture.
Mixture. It can be easily separated (easier than separating a compound, that's for sure) and salt water is often called a solution, and a solution is a homogenous mixture by definition.
In a homogenous mixture, the different components are not readily discernible. In a heterogeneous mixture, they can be seen and sometime separate of their own accord. For example, oil and water is heterogeneous, while salt and water are homogenous.