Sand is made form a mixture of mineral grains (mainly quartz or calcite) which are themselves compounds. If there is water or air flowing though the sand at a fast rate, then it can also be a suspension.
Go colloid it is way better
A pond isn't a element, compound, solution, colloid, or heterogeneous mixture. So it's either a suspension or a homogenous mixture My vote is suspension
An element is an element and can not, in anyway, be separated.
Filtered maple syrup is a solution.
Sand is a mixture and rarely is only one compound.
Vinegar is a homogeneous solution of acetic (ethanoic) acid in water.
Mercury is an element; its symbol is Hg. You can find it on the Periodic Table of Elements in the transition state section.
Its a colloid because dog is a liquid dispersed in a gas is referred to as a fog.
i think is an solution
Mercury is an element. Metal in liquid state.
Chalk (Calcium carbonate, CaCO3) is a compound.
Water is a chemical compound: H2O.
Distilled water is a compound.
Ca is the chemical symbol for calcium, an element. It is an alkali metal with atomic number 20. ------------------------------------------- The above is true, however if the element Ca is present in a solution then it will be present as part of an Ionic compound in solution, note a solution is not a mixture, element or compound, it is a SOLUTION. An insoluble compound of Ca could be present in liquid, in which case you would have a suspension. A suspension is a mixture.
Oil and vinegar form a heterogeneous mixture.
Chicken soup is a mixture that includes a solution and a suspension.