Mixtures refer to those substances which consist of two or more elements or compounds, mixed together in any ratio and do not give rise to new compound. For example: sea water, air, chocolate milk etc.
Mixture is composed of two or more substances mixed together in any ratio i.e. the composition is variable and do not possess properties like fixed melting or boiling point.
Mixture shows the properties similar to that of its constituents and they can be separated by using physical and chemical methods.
There are two types of mixtures:
i. Homogeneous mixtures: Such mixtures have only one phase. They have the same composition throughout and there is no visible separation of line between the constituents. For example: sugar solution, vinegar etc.
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