Question #a7d61

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Jul 8, 2016

Answer:

Substance is a general term roughly equivalent to "matter". Mixture has a specific meaning.

Explanation:

"Substance" is a general term that is roughly identical to "matter" - it could relate to anything - an element, a mixture or a chemical compound.

"Mixture" on the other hand specifically relates to two or more "substances" that are physically mixed together so that there is a roughly uniform distribution of one in the other, but no chemical reaction takes place.