Homogeneous mixtures are created from 2 properties in the same phase (ie 2 liquids) and the mixture is the same throughout.
Examples would be brewed coffee, diluted hydrochloic acid, wine, hard alochol, blood & a sugar solution where the sugar has disolved.
Homogeneous can also refer to a group of people. For example, a city can be racially homogeneous if there is a lack of diversity. The term has many different meanings when used in different fields. There is mathematical homogeneity, biological homogenization and many other applications of this term. The link below will lead you through the various uses of this word.
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