Is Pepsi a mixture or compound?
The difference between compound and mixture can be drawn clearly on the following grounds: The compound is used to mean a substance, created by combining two or more than two substances chemically in a certain ratio by weight. Compounds are always homogeneous, whereas mixtures can be homogeneous or heterogeneous. In a compound, the ingredients are present in a definite proportion.
Examples of homogeneous mixtures include vegetable oil, honey, and air. While these substances contain multiple types of molecules, their composition is consistent throughout a sample. If you add soot to air, it ceases to be a pure substance.
Examples of Mixtures Sand and water Salt and water Sugar and salt Ethanol in water Air Soda Salt and pepper Solutions, colloids, suspensions
Is flat soda a compound? Answer: a (homogeneous mixture) The key to answering this question is to remember that soda is a carbonated beverage.
What type of matter is Pepsi?
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