homogeneous- it's a pure substance
Distilled water is a pure substance, therefore it is homogeneous.
A homogeneous substance is the same throughout. So, a bar of pure gold, a diamond, pure water, saline water (water with salt dissolved in it) and nitrogen gas are all homogeneous, as they consist of the same substance(s) throughout. In other words, they are regular.So, you could say that a homogeneous substance is a puresubstance.
No. Water is a pure substance.
water is pure so is homogeneous ice is pure so is homogeneous oil is pure so is homogeneous
If a substance is pure, there is only one substance there. Therefore it is not any kind of mixture.
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Normal tap water can be considered as fairly pure and homogeneous; only ultrapure water is correctly pure. Sometimes tap water may contain insoluble impurities.
sea water is a pure 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.
of course the ice with water is homogenous and it is pure substance..
as it is known that homogeneous substance is a substance that has uniform characteristics and structure, thus we can say that following are the homogeneous substances:pure waterkerosene oildieselall the gases having particular composition, including oxygen, CO, etc.the components of a homogeneous substance cannot be separated by either of physical and chemical methods.heterogeneous substance is a substance that has characteristics reverse to that of homogeneous substance. it includes:mixture of sand and watermixture of sugar and sand ,etc.
Just plain water is a pure substance (a compound) but something dissolved completely in water is a homogeneous mixture.
it's a mixture homogeneous.
Distilled water is a pure substance that is a homogeneous mixture. It should contain a uniform about of oxygen and hydrogen.
Yes. Carbon is an element, which is a homogeneous pure substance. It is not, however, a homogeneous mixture, which is not a pure substance.
The chemical formula is H2O: water contain hydrogen and oxygen and is a homogeneous substance.
Water and alcohol form a homogeneous mixture.
Maple syrup is a homogeneous mixture of water and various sugars!!!
Aqueous homogeneous solution
water is a homogeneous substance.
A pure substance is something like just water (H2O). A homogeneous mixture is a solution with multiple compounds. These mostly contain water, but not always. An example of a homogeneous mixture is H2O+NaCl or NaCl (aq).
By definition, a homogeneous mixture is a substance that is uniform at the molecular level. An example of this is salt water.
Homogeneous can it be used as one substance
Sugar is a compound, which is a homogeneous substance, but not a mixture.