Mixtures which are not mixed evenly and each component retains its own properties are called what?
A heterogeneous mixture is a mixture that is not mixed evenly. A homogeneous mixture is a mixture that is the same throughout. However, the components of any mixture retain their own properties.
Solution is a type of mixture. the substances in which the component matters lie side by side retaining their own properties are called mixtures. Solution is a mixture of solute and solvent. Most solutions are homogeneous mixtures. Its not known to me if there is any existence of any solution which is heterogeneous.
Solutions and suspensions are very different kinds of mixtures. Solutions are homogeneous mixtures with very small particles. Suspensions are heterogeneous mixtures with large particles. As you may have guesses, there are also mixtures, called colloids have particles that are larger than the particles in solutions and smaller that those in a suspension. The properties of colloids differ from the properties of solutions and suspensions.
Elements can be combined in several different ways. Elements which undergo no chemical reactions when combined are called mixtures. Normally, the elements in a mixture retain their original properties, but metals can be combined into mixtures called alloys to produced new properties, though these properties tend to be the intermediate sum of the collective properties of the metals involved. Elements which combine chemically to produce entirely new substances are called chemical compounds.
A mixture is a blend of two or more kinds of matter , each of which retains its own identity and properties. Unlike pure substances, mixtures do not have specific compositions. Some mixtures are homogeneous; others are heterogeneous. 1.Heterogeneous mixtures: The prefix hetero means "different." A heterogeneous mixture is not uniform through out;it is one with different compositions , depending upon where you look. For example, in a mixture of clay and water, heavier clay…