Substance and Type of Substances
Mixture, Homogeneous Mixtures, Heterogeneous mixtures
Solution, Properties of Solution
Suspension, Properties of Suspension
Colloid, Properties of Colloid
Method of Separating the Component of Mixture
obtain the coloured component (dye) from a ink
Use of separating funnel
Method of Simple Distillation
Method of Fractional Distillation
Obtain Different Gases from Air
Crystallisation, Application of Crystallisation
Diagram of water purification system
Differentiate between mixtures and compounds.
Classification table of matter.
What is a mixture? Name the types of mixtures? What is the difference between them?"
What is a mixture? Name the types of mixtures? What is the difference between them?
Answer: A mixture is a combination of two or more substances (elements or compounds) which is not done chemically.
Mixtures are two types Homogeneous Mixtures and Heterogeneous mixtures.
Homogeneous Mixtures: A Homogeneous mixture has a uniform composition of its components throughout its mass. It does not have visible boundaries of separation between the various components. For example a sugar solution or a salt solution.
Heterogeneous Mixtures: A Heterogeneous mixtures does not have a uniform composition throughout its mass also it has visible boundaries of separation between various components. For example mixture of sand and water.
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