Question #c0213

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May 25, 2017

Answer:

Air is neither a element nor a compound. It's a Mixture.

Explanation:

Air is homogeneous mixture, not a compound. The components of a mixture can be separated once they have been combined; a compound is a new substance formed by a reaction between components.

Air, like saturated sugar water, is a homogeneous mixture with uniformly distributed components.