A compound differs from a mixture in that a compound always has a:
A. homogeneous composition.
B. maximum of two components.
C. heterogeneous composition.
D. minimum of three components.
By definition compounds are homogenous. They cannot be separated by physical means. A mixture (salad for example) is not homogenous.
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While these questions do not fit the MCAT format (they have no related reading passages) they cover concepts one should understand in order to do well in the physical sciences portion of the MCAT.

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