It is a homogeneous mixture.
A solution is formed by two or more substances that re evenly mixed together, at atomic or molecular levels. A solution is homogeneous. For example, in a solution of water and sugar, water is the solvent, and the sugar is the solute. The solute dissolves in the solvent, creating a solution. :D
a solution is when all the substances are evenly distributed and also involves two metals called alloys; results when the solute dissolves in a solvent. suspension is a uniform mixture that contains particles large enough to see.
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When you combine two or more evenly you will get suspension
A homogeneous mixture, or solution.
one of two or more substances that are not mixed evenly
No. A solution is a type of mixture in which particles of the two substances are easily mixed
When two or more substances are so evenly mixed that you can't see the different part, it is a homogenous mixture which is a solution.
When two substances mix together and spread out evenly and will not settle what is it called?
solution: 2 or more substances evenly mixed and heterogeneous mixture: 2 or more substances unevenly mixed.
Homogeneous because in my science book it says a homogeneous mixture contains two or more substances that are evenly mixed on a molecular level but still are not bonded together
A Homogeneous mixture.