Homogeneous Mixture # 1<br />This Kool-Aid is a homogeneous mixture because it looks the same from all angles.<br />
Homogeneous mixture # 2<br />The hot sauce is an example of a homogenous mixture because it also looks the same from all angles.<br />
Element<br />These weights are elements because they are made from iron.<br />
Heterogeneous mixture # 1<br />This seal from my summer vacation is an example of a heterogeneous mixture because it does not look the same from all angles and it has different layers like its spots.<br />
Heterogeneous mixture # 2<br />Wrigley Field is also a heterogeneous mixture because it has many different layers and does not look the same all around.<br />
Mixture # 1<br />This Purell is an example of a mixture because the components are physically combined.<br />
Mixture # 2<br />The chalk is only physically combined therefore it is a mixture.<br />
Mixture # 3<br />This power ranger is also a mixture because the plastic and cloth are physically combined and you cannot write a chemical formula for it.<br />
Compound #1<br />This salt is a compound because it is made of two or more atoms that are combined chemically.<br />
Compound # 2<br />These crayons are an example of a compound because they are made of two different types of atoms.<br />
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