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 »

Corn oil and white vinegar are homogeneous mixtures, but when mixed together in making salad dressing, they form a heterogeneous mixture. In this resulting mixture, both components can be seen — vinegar as the bottom lay... More »

Heterogeneous and homogeneous mixtures are identified by the level at which the mixtures blend together. Visible indications of different components within a mixture denote a heterogeneous mixture, while a uniform, singl... More »

Heterogeneous and homogeneous mixtures are identified by the level at which the mixtures blend together. Visible indications of different components within a mixture denote a heterogeneous mixture, while a uniform, singl... More »

A homogeneous mixture is one where all the components are uniformly distributed and a heterogeneous mixture is one where the components have localized regions with different properties. The difference simply lies in how ... More »

Air is a homogeneous mixture. In a homogeneous mixture, all of the components are uniformly distributed. This type of mixture contains only one phase of matter: gas, liquid or solid. More »

A heterogenous mixture is a mixture that consists of many visibly different substances or phases. The three phases that may be in a heterogenous mixture include gas, solid, and liquid. More »