Lsit out 3 differences between homegenous and heteogenous mixtures

A mixture can be defined as the substance made up of two or more components. There are two kinds of mixtures: Homogenous mixture and heterogeneous mixture. The differences between theHomogenous mixture and heterogeneous mixture are tabulated below:

Homogenous Mixture Heterogeneous mixture
Comprises ofuniform compositions Comprises of non- uniform compositions
The components in this mixture are not distant physically. They appear to be in the combined form. The components in this mixture are distant physically. They do not appear to be in the combined form.
Separation between the constituents is not visible. Separation between the constituents is visible.
Examples: Sugar solution, salt solution, alloy Examples: Mixture of sand and water, Mixture of sugar and grains

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