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MoM stands for mixture-of-mixtures

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"A mixture of mixtures. " Because particles are formed in so many different ways, they can be composed of many different compounds. Although we often think of particles as solids, not all are. Some are completely liquid; some are solids suspended in liquids. As the EPA puts it, particles are really "a mixture of mixtures.
He says that the Maldive Islands were known to the Arabs as Diba. Even if that is true, and I have not been able to verify it from Arab sources, why should it not be the original Diba, the Diba that is in Arabia, shared by Oman and Sharjah of UAE. That is the Diba which has been known from ancient times until today. Even if the Maldives were known as Diba by the Arabs, it would only be by borrowing, such as the "Shiraz" which is in Kenya, the "T'aif" which is in Pemba, or the "Marseilles" which is in Unguja at Kwambani. The people of Pemba, like those of Unguja and Tumbatu, are mixtures of mixtures.
"A mixture of mixtures. " Because particles are formed in so many different ways, they can be composed of many different compounds. Although we often think of particles as solids, not all are. Some are completely liquid; some are solids suspended in liquids. As the EPA puts it, particles are really "a mixture of mixtures.
Generally, filtration is used to separate mixtures that are heterogeneous. Heterogeneous: A term describing a mixture that is not the same throughout; rather, it has various regions possessing different properties. An example is sand in a container of water. Homogeneous: A term describing a mixture that is the same throughout, as for example when sugar is fully dissolved in water. A solution is a homogenous mixture. Mixture.
2. IDENTITY, PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES, ANALYTICAL METHODS 2. 1. Identity Chemical formula: N2H4 Chemical structure: H H | | N - N | | H H Relative molecular mass: 32. 05 Common name: hydrazine Common synonyms: diamide, diamine, anhydrous hydra- zine, hydrazine base Common trade names: Aerozine-50 (a 1:1 w/w fuel mixture (of mixtures.