What Is a Binary Mixture?

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Binary mixture is a mixture that contains two constituents. An example of binary mixture is a mixture of vapour and liquid at an equilibrium level, this usually takes place when liquid and vapour are allowed to contact each other in a closed location.
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a binary mixture is a combination of 2 pure substances.
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It looks like this section of the Amazon Appstore Developer Portal FAQ addresses your question: https://developer.amazon. com/hel. It looks like they use "binary" interchangeably
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Same as the air you breath everyday, aprox 21% Oxygen 79% Nitrogen.
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