Common examples of homogeneous mixtures include sugar and salt solutions, vinegar, tap water, metal alloys, perfumes, beverages and air. Homogeneous mixtures are commonly referred to as solutions, which can occur in diff... More »

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A homogeneous solution is a mixture of two or more components that have a uniform appearance and composition. Carbonated water, vodka and saline are all examples of homogeneous solutions. More »

Air, syrup and rain are examples of homogenous substances, while pizza, blood and gravel are examples of heterogeneous ones. The components of homogenous substances are uniformly distributed in a single phase, while thos... More »

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 »

Metallurgy is the study of metals and metal mixtures, called alloys. Ancient metallurgy was based mainly on folklore and trial and error. Modern metallurgy is based in science and essential for producing the metals on wh... More »

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Soluble substances are those that easily dissolve in a solvent, such as water, and include sugar, salt, alcohol and some dishwashing detergents. In chemistry, solubility of a substance is a quantitative term that refers ... More »

Beach sand, air with clouds, oil and vinegar, granite and pizza are five examples of heterogeneous mixtures. This is because they all have components that stay separated when put together. More »

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