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What is an example of a homogeneous mixter that is a solid liqued or gas

an example of homogeneous mixter that is a solid

Steel is a homogenous mixture of iron, carbon, and other metals.

air is a homogenouse mixture of gas

Sea water is a homogenous mixture of water and salts.

Sprite is another homeogenous mixture. All solutions are homogenous

Where does water energy come from?

use the atomic theory of matter to explain the difference between an element and a compound and a atom and a molecule?

compounds have properties that are always the same but mixtures have variables properties. explain this statement using the atomic theory of matter?

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