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How is a mixture different from a compound? A mixture has a chemical formula. A compound does not. Substances physically combine to form a mixture but chemically combine to form a compound. A mixture is more difficult to separate than a compound. A compound does not form from a chemical reaction while a mixture does.

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  1. Usman1995
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    substances physically combine to form a mixture ... this option is true only... bcz others are just false, u know mixture a more easy to separate as they are formed physically in comparison to compounds formed chemically,and compound have a formula but not a mixture , mixture is simply a physical process

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