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What is the general name of the materials which contain at least two pure substances and show the properties of their constituents?
Substances which are made of two or more materials and which can be separated by physical methods are known as mixtures, such as mixture of salt and water, mixture of sugar and water, mixture of different gases, air, etc. In a mixture, components do not combine chemically or through any chemical change. In a mixture, components do not lose their properties.
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