Sand itself is homogeneous (each grain is homogeneous), however sand in general (lots of grains of sand, as in a handful of sand) is heterogeneous because it both has other things than sand mixed in and also it is not a pure solid (it is not a large rock of sand).
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Sand itself is a homogeneous but it's not a mixture. It's a compound. If your talking about a bucket of sand it isn't uniformed throughout it would be a heterogeneous mixture because it's uniform of each piece of "sand" varies. It would be a homogeneous mixture if all the sand in the bucket where the uniformed throughout. For example if all the specs of sand in the bucket are SIO2 silicon dioxide it is a homogeneous mixture.
Chemistry the central science 11 editions and their book still confuses people. You think they could explain what they are talking about a little bit better. It's only a 400 dollar book.
Sand+salt: a heterogeneous mixture.
Beach sand is a heterogeneous mixture
Sand is a (heterogeneous) mixture.
The mixture sand-salt is heterogeneous.
It is a heterogeneous mixture.
Heterogeneous - the aggregate is never the same size and so you can never get a homogeneous mixture.
It is classified as heterogeneous mixture.
A mixture of sand and water would be a heterogeneous mixture because the sand doesn't dissolve within the waterHeterogeneous.See the Related Questions to the left for more information.
It is heterogeneous.
A heterogeneous mixture: There are no chemical bonds between the iron filings and sand.
a pail of sand and water is heterogeneous
They are heterogeneous (two different phases). Sand does not dissolve in water, or we say that sand is not soluble in water.
No, sand is generally a heterogeneous mixture.
heterogeneous- it can be undone
a heterogeneous mixture
it is a heterogeneous mixture (:
Sand and pebbles is a heterogeneous mixture. A solution is a homogeneous mixture.
it is a heterogeneous mixture
Yes, it is a heterogeneous mixture.
Sand in water is a mixture. Because you can differentiate between the sand and water, it is a heterogeneous mixture.
Sand is a heterogeneous mixture. Water is a compound, not a mixture.