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In an experiment, we had to crush up Total cereal, add some water, then put a bar magnet in the mixture and examine the particles on the magnet under a microscope. I think the cereal with the water is a heterogenous mixture, but the cereal grain itself is a homogenous mixture because iron particles were separated out of it on the magnet. Is my reasoning correct?
Re: Is Total breakfast cereal a heterogenous or homogeneous mixture?
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