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Sigma KEE - LiquidMixture
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liquid mixture
Any Mixture that satisfies two conditions, viz. it is made up predominantly of things which are a Liquid and any component other than Liquid in the Mixture is in the form of fine particles which are suspended in the Liquid.
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Parents mixture A Mixture is two or more PureSubstances, combined in varying proportions - each retaining its own specific properties. The components of a Mixture can be separated by physical means, i.e. without the making and breaking of chemical bonds. Examples: Air, table salt thoroughly dissolved in water, milk, wood, and concrete.
Children solutionA liquid mixture. The most abundant component in a solution is called the solvent. Other components are called solutes. A solution, though homogeneous, may nonetheless have variable composition. Any amount of salt, up to a maximum limit, can be dissolved in a given amount of water.
 suspensionA LiquidMixture where at least one of the components of the Mixture is equally distributed throughout the Mixture but is not dissolved in it.


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