Mixtures, Solutions, Tinctures, and Emulsions
- Kaplan College
- Human Biology
- Human Biology 1
- Mixtures, Solutions, Tinctures, and Emulsions
Last Modified: 2011-06-27
A Homogeneous mixture is one which the composition does not vary within the sample.
A good example of a homogeneous mixture is a solution, such as a tablespoon of sugar thoroughly dissolved in a cup of hot water.
In this solution, each sample of the water should contain an equal amount of dissolved sugar.
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