When two or more elements or compounds mix together, not necessarily in a definite ratio and do not interact chemically, then the resulting substance is known as a mixture. There are two types of mixtures namely homogeneous mixture and heterogeneous mixture.
A homogeneous mixture has a uniform composition and has only one phase. It can’t be separated out physically.
Example: A mixture of alcohol and water.
The heterogeneous mixture has a non-uniform composition and has two or more phases. It can be separated out physically.
Example: A mixture of sodium chloride and sand.
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Date Added: 2020-12-18
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