you are right ....it is a homogeneous mixture
Vinegar is a homogeneous mixture.
Vinegar is a homogeneous mixture of water and acetic acid.
This is a homogeneous mixture; an exmaple is vinegar.
Cider Vinegar is a Homogeneous Mixture.
Cider vinegar is a homogeneous mixture. This is because it contains a small percentage of water. Pure vinegar is a compound.
Vinegar is a homogeneous solution mixture.Only one phase exist here.
A homogeneous mixture contain only one phase; vinegar is homogeneous.
A homogeneous mixture, such as aqueous sodium chloride.
Vinegar is a homogeneous solution of acetic (ethanoic) acid in water.
The prepared mixture is homogeneous.
Vinegar is a homogeneous solution.
Oil and vinegar dressing is a heterogeneous mixture.
Oil and Vinegar is heterogeneous
Yes a bottle of table vinegar would be classed as homogeneous.
No, it is a homogeneous mixture of water and acetic acid.
It could be homogeneous if the sugar were completely dissolved.
it is a homogeneous mixture because the components which were mixed together is indistinguishable..
Vinegar and soft drinks
That depends on what kind of vinegar you are asking about. Pure vinegar is a compound composed of Vinegar is acetic acid (HC2H3O2) but the vinegar you buy in a store is a homogeneous mixture of acetic acid and water.