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explain why a suspension is concidered a heterogeneous mixture

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    Because the material is not dissolved into the liquid. Its merely blended and the viscosity of the liquid holds it in place so that it doesn't settle out. In other words the two don't mix and are by themselves unchanged (unlike a solution where one part dissolves into the other)

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