This substance is called homogeneous mixture.
Such a mixture could be described as homogeneous.
A pure substance has only one group of particles, and a solution's particles are so evenly mixed together, you can't tell them apart.
When all of a mixture's atoms, molecules, and particles are evenly mixed it is called a colloid.
A homogeneous mixture is formed.
the lack of emulsifier (tiny particles that keep substances mixed) prevents the substance to change it's state of matter
No. A solution is a type of mixture in which particles of the two substances are easily mixed
A pure substance is a kind of matter which is not mixed with any other solution or substance and can't be saperated futher.
If multiple substances are combined, a process called diffusion occurs; when the particles are evenly mixed, the term is uniform concentration.
It depends on the mixture. In a homogeneous mixture such as air, salt water, or brass the particles are evenly mixed. But in a heterogeneous mixture such as mud or oily water there is an uneven distribution.
Brass is an alloy, which is (generally) a combination of metals in a metallic matrix. In the case of brass, we see copper and zinc in combination, and these metals come together to become evenly mixed at the atomic level. That said, is brass a mixture in which the particles are evenly mixed at the level of atoms or molecules? Yes, it is.
A mixture with equal percentage of components.
The components of the mixture are well mixed enough that any variations within it are microscopic or submicroscopic. because the jello looks like it has one type of substance in it but has a combination of substances and also the jello particles atract to each other and dissolve when get evenly mixed together
You think probable to a homogeneous mixture.
There is no new substance; it is just mixed up and all the atoms are spread out so you can't see the individual particles.
A magnet can remove particles from a mixture but not from a chemical compound.
A suspension is where the particles of the solute aren't spread evenly throughout the solvent while a colloid is where two or more substances are mixed together but appear to be only one substance.
Coffee is not a pure substance, it is a mixture, meaning it is made of two ore more pure substances that have been physically combined. Unbrewed coffee is a heterogeneous mixture or a colloid since it has large to medium sized particles that can be separated by hand. Brewed coffee is a homogeneous mixture since all the particles are evenly mixed.
It is made up of rock and mineral particles mixed w/ organic matter.
the pure form of matter only has that type of substance or element in it. No other elemnets are mixed with it.
Sometimes They are in a a homogeneous mixture such as salt water or brass but are not in a heterogeneous mixture such as mud or oily water.
the answer is homogeneous mixture.OR.......a solution
Yes, gasses can exist in one phase, homogeneously mixed or 'spreaded'
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