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The mixture of pepper and water is a suspension because of the particles.

You see, a suspension is a mixture in which particles can be seen and easily separated by settling or filtration. Unlike a solution, a suspension does not have the same properties throughout. It contains visible particles that are larger than the particles in solutions or colloids.

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It can't because of the solid particles of the pepper. This mixture is called a suspension.


This is not a solution; if the pepper is very finely grinded a suspension is obtained, not very stable.



No, pepper does not dissolve in water so this is a mixture not a solution.



Because when you mix pepper and water, it doesn't dissolve.




This is called a heterogenous mixture. A suspension (or an emulsion when these particles are fluid, tiny droplets).Milk is an example of both: an emulsified suspension.


Because the pepper is not dissolved by the water - it would then be a solution.



Does the mixture of potassium sulphate and water form a suspension


it is heterogeneous because the pepper does not dissolve in the water


No it is a special kind of mixture


It is called a suspension, and it may be either homogeneous or non-homogeneous.


An example of a suspension mixture would be sandy water. You can clearly see the different sand particles in the water when shaken.


No - pepper is not soluble in water. Salt is and could become a solution but not pepper.


No because pepper is not solution in water. Thank You


A mixture of water and undissolved substances is a heterogeneous mixture because it is comprised of different substances. A heterogeneous mixture with undissolved substances that eventually settle is called a suspension. If the substances are too small to settle it's called a colloid.


No. If you have a mixture of water and ground pepper, you can separate the pepper by pouring the mixture through a funnel lined with filter paper. The water will pass through the paper leaving the pepper behind.


Pepper is not soluble in water because water is a very polar and the components of pepper are non-polar; very fine powder of pepper can be mixed with water. forming an unstable suspension, but cannot be dissolved.


Pepper is not soluble in water because water is a very polar and the components of pepper are non-polar; very fine powder of pepper can be mixed with water. forming an unstable suspension, but cannot be dissolved.


Pepper is not soluble in water because water is a very polar and the components of pepper are non-polar; very fine powder of pepper can be mixed with water. forming an unstable suspension, but cannot be dissolved.


Pepper is not soluble in water because water is a very polar and the components of pepper are non-polar; very fine powder of pepper can be mixed with water. forming an unstable suspension, but cannot be dissolved.


Pepper is not soluble in water because water is a very polar and the components of pepper are non-polar; very fine powder of pepper can be mixed with water. forming an unstable suspension, but cannot be dissolved.



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