Chemistry (4th Edition)

Published by McGraw-Hill Publishing Company
ISBN 10: 0078021529
ISBN 13: 978-0-07802-152-7

Chapter 1 - Questions and Problems - Page 31: 1.15


(a) Homogenous mixture. (b) Compound. (c) Compound. (d) Homogenous mixture. (e) Heterogenous mixture. (f) Homogenous mixture. (g) Heterogenous mixture.

Work Step by Step

- Mixtures are made of two or more substances, with different properties. Homogeneous mixtures have uniform composition, so you cannot tell it is a mixture by just looking with the naked eye. Heterogenous mixtures are not uniform, so you can see the different substances that formed them. - Elements are in the periodic table, whereas compounds are made of two or more of these elements.
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