Sea water is considered a mixture, because it consists of several salts dissolved in water and they are not chemically combined. Since you can't distinguish its components with the naked eye, then it's a homogeneous mixture.
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Is sea water a compound?
No*. * Water itself, is a compound (H2O), but sea water is a mixture of compounds (mostly ionized salts and lots of organic compounds). It's a colloid. It's also, a mixture of solids in liquid and liquids in liquid. ...
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Is sea water is heterogenous?
Seawater is a heterogeneous mixture.Seawater is not an element because it is not in a periodic table. Compound is a combination of two or more elements. Homogeneous mixture is like a salt-water(well mixed) Heterogeneous mixture is like a sand-water(not well mixed) ...
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Is the foam from the sea a compound mixture or an element?
The foam of the sea is a mixture, as is seawater itself. The foam differs from the seawater by containing dispersed as well as dissolved air. The dispersed air forms the bubbles of the foam....