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Hello, I am what you call sea or ocean. You know that I tasted salty. Right? If you don't, now you know.
I know you can't see the salt in me and you only see water that's because I'm a homogeneous mixture. I am a mix of different elements but only physically combined. I was mixed very well that you can't see the salt. That is why I'm called a homogeneous mixture.
In my mixture of elements there are chloride (Cl−), sodium (Na+), sulfate (SO24−), magnesium (Mg2+), calcium (Ca2+), and potassium (K+).
Here are some things that makes me different from water .The density of seawater is higher. Seawater's freezing point is lower than that of pure water and its boiling point is higher.
Also if you want to see the mixture in me, you can fliter the sea water and leave it to dry the sea water will evaporate leaving the slat behind.
Last thing, don't mix me with heterogeneous mixture. Heterogeneous mixture's ingredients or the thing in it are visible.
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