What are MIXTURES??
Asked by himanshuyadav2083.8sdatl | 3rd May, 2020, 11:30: AM
A mixture is a kind of matter which is formed by mixing two or more pure substances (elements and compounds) in any proportion, such that they do not undergo any chemical change and retain their individual properties.
Particles of components are in contact but are not chemically combined and have not lost their individual properties.
Properties of a mixture vary according to the proportions of the components present in it.
Examples: Milk, lemonade, tea, petroleum
Answered by Varsha | 3rd May, 2020, 05:57: PM
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