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Examples of mixtures include sand and sugar, alcohol and water, and flour and sugar. A mixture is a combination of two or more substances in which each substance retains its own chemical identity. More »

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Orange juice, Italian salad dressing, concrete, salt water and milk are all examples of mixtures. A mixture is defined as two or more pure substances that are mixed together while each substance is able to continue maint... More »

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Sand is an example of a mixture with different solid particles. Concrete is another example of solid mixture. A mixture is a combination of two different substances that do not chemically combine. Also, mixtures are subs... More »

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A combination of sand, salt and water is an example of a heterogeneous mixture. A heterogeneous mixture is a type of combination where the constituents of the mixture are not uniform, and there are two or more distinctiv... More »

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To separate sugar from its mixture with sand, a proportionally large amount of water is added to the mixture and shaken vigorously to allow the sugar to dissolve. The solid-liquid mixture is filtered using a porous mater... More »

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Some examples of mixtures include metal alloys containing two or more metals, salt dissolved in water, air containing various gases, sand mixed with tiny rocks and pebbles, and trail mix with different types of nuts and ... More »

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A list of homogeneous mixtures is any list of chemical mixtures that are the same throughout such as water, alcohol, cologne, oil, gelatin, steel, gunpowder, coffee and even salt water. Homogeneous mixtures are identifia... More »

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