A mixture of oil in water is a mixture.
Oil has a differenty density so usually oil will (vegetable oil or car oil?) stay at the top while water sinks to the bottom, water and milk have almost equal densities so it's easier for them to mix.
yes water is a mixture and oil is a solution
Oil an water are not miscible: a nonhomogeneous mixture.
A mixture of oil and water is a mixture, not an element. If by substance you mean not a pure substance (element or compound), then oil and water would be a substance (that is a mixture). If you mean oil and water separately, then oil is a mixture of hydrocarbons, and water is a compound (pure substance).
Oil and vinegar is a heterogeneous mixture.
Water and oil is a heterogeneous mixture. Oil can be separated from water via specific methods. That's why a combination of water and oil is heterogeneous.
Water is a compound and crude oil is a hetrogeneous mixture.
Water and oil do not mix with each other. It is a mixture.
Oil and water is neither a compound, mixture, solution..etc. but an emulsion.
The oil-water mixture is not homogeneous.
Yes as The amount of emulsifier in the mixture of water and oil is increased the time taken for the oil and water to separate is increased.
No. Oil and water would form a heterogeneous mixture. A solution is a homogeneous mixture.
Yes, oil and water are a mechanical (physical) mixture. It's not chemical as neither the oil nor the water "change" their chemical nature.
Oil and water form a heterogenous mixture.
Oil is hydrophobic, meaning it doesn't actually dissolve in water. If you have a mixture of oil and water, let the solution sit for a while, and the two substances will eventually separate, with the oil on top.
oil and water
This is a heterogeneous mixture.
yes, a heterogeneous mixture.
an immiscible mixture is a mixture that is not able to be mixed together eg oil and water
Oil and water. Sand and water.