Which of the following is a difference between a mixture and a compound? b. A mixture must be uniform in composition c. A mixture can only be separated into its components by chemical means d. A compound can only be separated into its components by chemical means
The correct answer is D. The reason being that compounds are chemically bonded, whilst mixtures are Jutish staying together. Water is a compound, and you can't just pull water apart! But with a mixture like salad, you can easily separate the different vegetables. Also, b is incorrect as that is dipescribing SOLUTIONS.