Homogeneous Definition and Examples

Homogeneous definition :when the items or elements or units of a group are similar in nature is known as homogeneous, which means having the same type of basic qualities or properties. The opposite of homogeneous is heterogeneous.

Origin-Greek.

Noun-homogeneity, homogeneousness

Adverb- homogeneously.

This word is used extensible in chemistry, biology, business, mathematics, and business.

Homogeneous examples: homogeneous group/society/population/ catalysis/mixture/ploynominal/assembly/atmosphere/coordinate etc.

Though by definition we can define things as homogeneous, but at micro scale nothing can be homogeneous.In that sense we can say that things can be describe that things, people, palces, environments etc. can be labeled as homogeneous only at macro scale.

homogeneous places
homogeneous places
homogeneous vegitables
homogeneous vegitables

Some of the popular synonym of homogeneous:

  • Affinity
  • Alike
  • Analogous
  • Comparable
  • Contiguity
  • Corresponding
  • Ditto
  • Equal
  • Evenly
  • Identical
  • Indistinguishable
  • Interchangeable
  • Like
  • Matching
  • Similar
  • Uniform

Popular questions with the word homogeneous.

Is milk homogeneous? - Though in naked eyes milk may look like homogeneous, in fact it is a heterogeneous mixture. But the milk coming directly from cow is perfectly homogeneous.

Orange juice: homogeneous or heterogeneous mixtures? – Orange juice is a heterogeneous mixture.

Is water homogeneous or heterogeneous?- Water is homogeneous..

Ocean water homogeneous or heterogeneous-homogeneous unless you include sea creatures and floating debris or debris that is in the water. Because you cannot separate ocean water from the chemicals or solvents that are in the water without evaporating the water or using a funnel we...

Soft drinks: homogeneous or heterogeneous -heterogeneous. Actually any carbonate type beverage will fall in heterogeneous class mixture.

Examples of homogeneous matters: jello, pancake, syrup, iron ore, pudding, quartz, sugar, nitrogen, salt water

What is Homogeneous Grouping? mainly in a class room students having same kind of learning abilities are grouped together for better educational experience.

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Comments 8 comments

shrimant jha 4 years ago

good


Johnny whodat 4 years ago

what is distilled water?


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andromida 4 years ago Author

@Johnny: at the molecular level distilled water is not homogeneous because distilled water is made of hydrogen and oxygen, without any impurities.But in a broader sense you can say "a glass of distilled water" is homogeneous since it maintains the pure form of water.Thanks you.


NICHA JOY 4 years ago

FUNNY


lulu 4 years ago

thx for this i luv science

just kiddin i hate it :o(


sanny 4 years ago

its terrific pts abt homogenous ........


kenny 3 years ago

i hate it


Roel 3 years ago

Well, the most long-term stable sattes in Europe have been rather multiethnic: from the UK to Spain, from France to Russia... and let's not forget Switzerland. Nevertheless, excepting Switzerland, all them have been dominated by a single hegemonic ethnicity (English, Castilian, French, Russians). Their stabilizing characteristic may be instead that they are inclusive nationalisms, not ethnically exclusivist. For instance, Scots and Welsh have been largely "included" but Irish were not, hence Ireland revolted and eventually broke apart. What happened after WWII (and WWI in some case) was largely an ethnic cleansing of massive proportions, mostly in Eastern Europe. This may have stabilized the resulting sattes but it's not an ethically acceptable procedure. I am in favor of ethnic nationalism when justified (i.e. when it reflects a demand of the people and when this people are not colonists) but I cannot support ethnic cleansing as "solution". Actually the post-Cold War conflicts rather suggest ethnic cleansing is de-stabilizing and often backfires (Serbia, Israel). It is much better to assimilate the minorities by persuasion, without denying their differential status (i.e. making Estonian-Russians to become just Estonians, with patience and pedagogy). Anyhow, the real thing that has kept Europe relatively peaceful after WWII has been other kind of things: nuclear strategical balance, internationally integrated economies (like EU) and specially an affluent economy. We must not forget that more often than not, ethnic conflicts are low intensity batelfields for the great powers and that the two world wars were actually generated by economic competition between them (specially between rising Germany and estabilished UK-USA). We must not forget either that for 45 years there was an always delayed World War III pending on our heads and known as the Cold War as the Soviet Union challenged the hegemony of the USA. If it never became an open war it was surely because of nuclear deterrance, we like it or not.

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