When sugar dissolves in water, it is a homogenous mixture because the components that make up the mixture are distributed uniformly throughout the mixture. Some other examples of homogenous mixtures are blood, colognes, and juices.
Sugar dissolves in water to form a homogeneous solution.
Some of the water might evaporate but as for the sugar it will dissolve. This is a homogeneous mixtures because you wouldn't be able to tell out the different parts (sugar and water) once it is mixed together.
when salt and water are mixed together.
salt in water is a homogeneous mixture
A solution, which is a homogeneous mixture.
It could be both, but if the sugar is completely dissolved and then mixed thoroughly, it would be homogeneous.
No its homogeneous . Heterogenous is when you can see to different ingredients. Homogeneous is when you cant tell between one ingredient and another sugar water is mixed so you can not see the sugar it looks like plain water
Because they are mixed together it becomes heterogeneous.
homogeneous because the water dissolves the sugar
Sugar water solution is homogeneous but not a compound.
Sugar water is a homogeneous mixture.
No. If the sugar is completely dissolved and then mixed thoroughly, it would be homogeneous.
Carbonated drinks are mixtures of water, sugar, flavorings, and dissolved carbon dioxide gas. They are homogeneous because the ingredients are mixed together to form a consistent liquid.
Yes, sugar and water mixed together are considered a solution. Sugar water is a solution because the sugar dissolves into the water.
This a very dilute homogeneous solution of sugar.
The sugar is a solute and the water is the solvent. Together they make a sugar solution.
No. While sugar and water on their own are compounds, when put together they are a mixture
Its a homogeneous
A solution of sugar in water has an uniform appearance.
If sugar completely dissolves in the water, yes it is homogeneous. It is a true solution.
Homogeneous is mixed, like stirring sugar into a cup of tea or water. However, if you put one full teaspoon of sugar into 1/4 teaspoon of water, it would not mix completely-- the sugar would remain in a mostly granulated state. Or if you mixed sugar completely into a small amount of water and let the water evaporate, the sugar crystals would begin to fall to the bottom,e.g. separate from the mixture.
Dough X Flour and water mixed together is a solution/ homogeneous mixture.
A solution of sugar in water is homogeneous.