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In a homogeneous mixture particles are spread evenly.

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Yes, homogeneous mixture particles are spread evenly throughout the mixture, like lemonade.

Yes, that is correct. A homogeneous mixture contains particles of two or more different substances that are evenly spread apart.

The answer is heterogeneous. I am 101% sure about that!

Compositions may vary but generally speaking the particles of a homogeneous mixture maintain a uniform composition.

no, consistency of such is a homogeneous characteristic

I believe you are looking for the word : Homogeneous.

Homogeneous means similar all over. So I would amswer Yes.

salt water contains small particles that have moved so they are evenly spread through the mixture.

Homogeneous mixture. If it was heterogeneous, the substance (s) would not be spread out evenly.

Paper is a homogeneous mixture since the substances are so evenly spread and cannot be distinguished from one another.

A Compound mixture. I think it is called homogeneous... <>

If it is not spread out evenly, it is called a heterogeneous mixture,

If you did this the salt would probably dissolve. The mixture is a solution.

A solution. A "solution" is not a process. The process of particles spreading evenly through a mixture is called dispersion or diffusion.

In homogeneous mixture very fine particles of the substance are suspended and they are so fine that forconsiderabletime, these particles do not settle at the bottom and are evenly spread in the liquid. While in saturated solution, the soluble solution is dissolved to the maximum capacity of the liquid. So the suspension looks opaque and solution lookstransparent.

a homogenousmixture consists of evenly spread particles or materials, while a heterogenousmixture has areas that contain a high density of one material over another. An example of a homogenousmixture is a saturated sugar solution. While milk is an example of a heterogenousmixture

In the mixture of the salt and water, the substances spread uniformly throughout the mixture. such mixture is said to be homogeneous. homogeneous mixture is also called "solution".

In a homogeneous mixture, the solute is spread out evenly in the solvent, just like how you described it.

In a homogeneous mixture the components are spread evenly throughout one another and any two random sample of the mixture will be identical. In a heterogeneous mixture the components remain separated into "phases" and the composition of the mixture varies throughout. For example, in muddy water the soil particles remain distinct from the water.

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