• anonymous
1.Each of the indivual substances__________________. The properties of a mixture are a combination of the properties of its componets. 2.The parts of a mixture are simply mixed are simply mixed together __________________and can usually be _________________________ 3.How are mixtures distinguished from elements and compounds? An element or compound has?
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  • Preetha
2. and can usually be separated by physical means. 3. The components of a mixture can be separated by physical means and are not always present in the same ratio. An element cannot be purified into anything simpler. A compound is always formed by the same set of elements combining in the same ratio and will need to be broken up into its elements through chemical means.
  • anonymous
1) contains atoms 2) mixed together physically and can usually be separated by physical means 3) An element contains only one type of particle Compounds and mixtures contain 2 or more types of particles However, the particles of a compound are mixed together in a given ratio ( The emperical formula ) but the particles in a mixture are in no particular ratio

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