What is a homogeneous gaseous mixture?
Air is the homogeneous gaseous mixture.
Homogeneous: denoting a process involving substances in the same phase (solid, liquid, or gaseous). Heterogeneous: of or denoting a process involving substances in different phases (solid, liquid, or gaseous). The beverage will have tea particles in a solid state in the mixture, it is therefore heterogeneous.
A mixture of two or more liquids is not always a solution while a gaseous mixture is always a solution explain?
To be considered a solution, it has to be a homogeneous mixture. Where you have liquids, they may not dissolve into one another, such as water and oil, and you have a clear division where the liquids don't mix. Where as gases, is they are in a closed system, are homogeneous because there is nothing there to stop the molecules from occupying a relatively homogeneous arrangement.
A solution is a homogeneous mixture, consisting of two or more substances. Not only can a solution be liquid, it can also be a solid or gaseous. It is only homogeneous if you can only see one phase. For example, a glass of milk is only white but it is a mixture of more than one substance. A heterogeneous mixture is like a pizza; you can see more than one phase (cheese, vegetables, crust, etc).