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All of the following are true statements about homogeneous mixtures except for one. Which statement is false? A. An example of a homogeneous mixture is salt water. B. An example of a homogeneous
mixture is muddy water. C. Homogeneous mixtures have particles that interact with each other. D. Homogeneous mixtures have a consistent and uniform composition.
The following statement about homogeneous mixtures is false: B. An example of a homogeneous mixture is muddy water. Muddy water is a heterogeneous mixture - a suspension.
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Which term is synonymous with solution? A. solvent B. aqueous C. homogeneous mixture D. heterogeneous mixture
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