Asked by | 2nd Aug, 2008, 11:22: PM
Homogeneous mixtures are those mixtures in which the components are in same phase and cannot be separated easily.
example: Milk, sugar solution etc.
Heterogenous mixtures are those mixtures in which the components are in different phase and can be separated easily.
example: mixture of sand and water.
Answered by | 3rd Aug, 2008, 03:10: PM
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