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Problem: Solutions which have uniform composition throughout are known as:(a) Heterogeneous solution(b) Homogeneous solution(c) Colloidal solution(d) None of these.

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Recall that mixtures are combinations of two or more pure substances (elements or compounds).

 Mixtures are not chemically combined.

Mixtures can either be:

• Homogeneous: the components are evenly distributed and indistinguishable from each other

• Heterogenous: the components are not evenly distributed and distinguishable from each other

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Solutions which have uniform composition throughout are known as:

(a) Heterogeneous solution

(b) Homogeneous solution

(c) Colloidal solution

(d) None of these.

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