difference between homogeneous and heterogeneous mixtures.

Asked by  | 24th Aug, 2008, 09:24: PM

Expert Answer:

Homogeneous mixtures are composed entirely of one phase (for instance, all liquid or all solid). A heterogeneous mixture is composed to mixed phases (such as a solid in a liquid, or a liquid and gas).

Homogeneous Mixtures:
salty water (where the salt is completely dissolved)
brewed tea or coffee
soapy water

Heterogeneous Mixtures:
sandy water
carbonated beverage or beer (the CO2 gas is mixed with the liquid)
orange juice with pulp in it

Answered by  | 25th Aug, 2008, 08:04: AM

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