Is Tap Water a Heterogeneous Mixture?

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Tap Water is a heterogeneous mixture because it is not just one thing. There are other things dissolve in tap water. You just can't see them. Also, one of the characteristics of a heterogeneous mixture is not being uniform. Tap water is not uniform because tap water will not be the same twice.
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