yes definetly because you are using energy
a solution requires that two chemicals each in a separate container with a solvent are then mixed. there usually is a chemical reaction that has taken place.
a mechanical mixture is one in which particles are suspended in a solvent. no chemical exchange has taken place.
sugar in water is a very common example of a mixture. if you look up the tyndall effect, you will find out how light behaves when it is shone through a mixture. in a solution the light leaves no trace of how it passes through a solution.
when light passes through a mixture it leaves traces of how it passes through the mixture. it is cone shaped.
sorry. ice cream is a mixture.
i think that the answer is probably b-the liquid water particles turn into water vapor that spreads in the air
interphase. do you agree or disagree?