ayeeeitskateee
  • ayeeeitskateee
Can somebody give me the definition of a two-phase mixture? Can't find it anywhere and I need to know what it means. lol. Will medal/fan, as always. Thanks guys!
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  • chestercat
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owlet
  • owlet
i'm not sure,but aren't they the homogenous and heterogenous mixture?
ayeeeitskateee
  • ayeeeitskateee
I don't know. lol. I know what those mean, but not the two-phase mixture. I figured Google would give me a definition, but nope.
Rushwr
  • Rushwr
I'm not too sure about the definition I can give u an example If we have mud and water in a mixture, we can separate it right? The constituent should be in 2 phases ( 1 can be liquid and the other can be solid) and those 2 phases could be separated. As in the example mud and water, we could separate them by filtration right? Likewise.

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ayeeeitskateee
  • ayeeeitskateee
Well, how about this. What's the difference between that and a solution?
ayeeeitskateee
  • ayeeeitskateee
I got it, lol. thanks though.

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