Contrast Mixtures With Pure Substances

Contrast Mixtures With Pure Substances
differences: mixtures are very different from substances because they are a mixture of different things, pure substances arent, they are only one type of atom.
One example of a mixture is dish soap, because it is made of different substances.
a mixture is a substance made up of other substances.
Heterogenesis mixtures
The definition of a heterogeneous mixture is any mixture that is not fitted into in composition.
Homogeneisis mixtures:
Pure substances are substances that are made of only one type of atom or only one type of molecule.
one example of a Pure substance is Gold, because it is only one type of atom.
The definition of a homogenous mixture is a mixture that has the same appearance, and composition throughout.