Sugar is a compound, which is a homogeneous substance, but not a mixture.
No, it is a chemically homogeneous substance.
Sugar is homogeneous!!!
Sugar is a compound, a pure substance, as it only contains sucrose.
It is neither. Sugar is an individual substance, and the words heterogeneous and homogeneous are used only to describe mixtures. Therefore, since there is only one substance, it is simply sugar, not anything else.
No, it is a homogeneous substance.
Iron ore is a heterogeneous substance.
Homogeneous can it be used as one substance
it would be heterogeneous
This is a heterogeneous mixture.
heterogeneous and homogeneous is not the same so the substance is homogeneous and the mixture is heterogenous..
homogeneous because the water dissolves the sugar
Table sugar is a homogeneous compound!
Sugar water is a homogeneous mixture.
No, it is heterogeneous.
Table sugar is neither heterogeneous nor homogeneous because it is not a mixture at all. It is a type of compound.
i think its a heterogeneous... no homogeneous.. naw heterogeneous... wait man i dnt know look it up,
wood is a heterogeneous substance..
A homogenous substance.
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.
homogeneous have same substance in mixture.heterogeneous have two different substance.
Quartz is a homogeneous substance. It is the compound silicon dioxide, SiO2.
Sulfur is an element and therefore a homogeneous substance.
The iodized salt and sugar in a container are a homogeneous mixture.
It is a pure substance.