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When a soft drink is left open and allowed to lose all of its carbonation, is it still a homogeneous mixture?

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  1. anonymous
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    Hey. Forget the chemistry and focus more into the physical appearance. Homogenous mixture is the one where we can only see one phase. When a drink like Coca-Cola is left open for some time, you see that the bubbles may be gone and you most likely see a black liquid only. Therefore, that will be a homogeneous mixture.

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