Characteristics of Pure Substances
- Pure substances are typically homogeneous in nature and contain only one type of atom or molecule.
- Most of these compounds have a uniform or homogenous composition.
- The compounds' boiling and melting points are constant.
- A pure substance frequently participates in a chemical reaction to yield predictable outcomes.
Which of the Following Materials Fall in the Category of a Pure Substance? (a) Ice (B) Milk (C) Iron (D) Hydrochloric Acid (E) Calcium Oxide (F) Mercury (G) Brick (H) Wood (I)air
Ice, iron, hydrochloric acid, calcium oxide, and mercury are all considered to be pure substances from the list of materials. Air, brick, and milk are all mixes since they include multiple different substances.
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