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bcup70794

  • 2 years ago

Can someone help me differentiate heterogeneous & homogeneous mixtures?

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  1. shadmanr163
    • 2 years ago
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    A heterogeneous mixture is a mixture that you can see the particles that are either settles in or floats around. A heterogeneous have two types- Suspension and Colloid. A homogeneous mixture has fixed ratios like salt water. A type of homogeneous is a solution.

  2. bcup70794
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    Ahhh okay I see. I had it the other way around. Thanks!

  3. shadmanr163
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    Anytime..

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