Chemistry

Grade-7

Easy

Question

# Sugar in the water is an example of

- Solid–solid mixture
- Solid–liquid mixture
- Solid–gases mixture
- Liquid–liquid mixture

Hint:

### One component of the sugar and water combination is solid, while the other is liquid. Hence, A solid-liquid mixture is a solution of sugar and table salt in water.

## The correct answer is: Solid–liquid mixture

- It is the outcome of two or more chemicals being combined in any proportion without any chemical change. Physical processes can preserve component properties.
- Types of mixtures based on their constituents-
- The components of a solid-solid combination are solid. As an example, combine wood and iron components.
- Any one component in a solid-liquid mixture is liquid. Sand in water and sugar in water are two examples.
- A liquid-liquid mixture is one in which both components are liquid. Oil in water and fuel in water are two examples.
- One component of the sugar and water combination is solid, while the other is liquid. As a result, a solid-liquid mixture is a solution of sugar and table salt in water.

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