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Question 1. Asked on :25 May 2020:08:26:30 AM

 Write the point of differences between homogenoeus and hetrogeneous mixture.

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(a) Homogenoeus mixture 

 (i) The mixture with has uniform composition and it's composition cann't be itendified separately is known as Homogenoeus mixture.

(ii) For example - sugar in water, salt in sulphur, water in alcohol etc.

(b) Hetrogeneous mixture

 (i) The mixture which has non - uniform  composition can be identified separately is known as hetrogeneous mixtures.

(ii) For example - sand and salt, sugar and salt, water in oil and etc.

-Answered by Nishant Verma On 25 May 2020:08:44:07 AM(18241Average Rating Based on rating)


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