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Define and give an example of a homogeneous mixture.
-a mixture that is the same throughout example-salt water, baby oil, rubbing alcohol
What would medicine that says, “Shake before using,” be classified as?
Consider the following test results: Clear No Particles settle out Has Tyndall Effect Nothing in filter paper Classify this material.
Consider the following test results: Cloudy Particles settle out Tyndall effect is blocked (no effect) Solid material shows up in filter Classify this material.
Consider the following test results: Clean No particles settle out No Tyndall effect Nothing in the filter paper Classify this material.
Define and give an example of a heterogeneous mixture.
Definition: mixture where the composition varies Example: “natural” apple juice, dirt, oil, and vinegar dressing
What would Italian salad dressing be classified as?
What would a can of soda be classified as?
What are three characteristics that characterize a solution?
-Clear -Nothing settles out -No Tyndall effect
What are three characteristics that characterize a colloid?
-Cloudy -Nothing settles out -Yes, there is a Tyndall effect
Milk would be classified as…
What would oil based paint be classified as?
What are at least three characteristics that consist of suspension?
Cloudy Settles out No Tyndall Effect Blocked
Orange juice would be classified as…
Rubbing alcohol would be classified as…
Heterogeneous vs Homogeneous. Definitions: The prefix “homo” – indicate sameness Homogeneous – A homogeneous mixture has the same uniform appearance throughout.
Refresh – Answer this Review Question in your science notebook Match the following genotypes with an example 1. Homozygous dominant A. Pp 2. Heterozygous.
Solutions and pH. What is a Mixture? A mixture is a material compound Mixtures are made of two or more elements or compounds that are physically mixed.
Matter (Review and New) Recall that all matter can be classified as a mixture or a substance. Up to now we have concentrated on how to classify matter.
Matter Classification Matter: Anything that takes up space!!!
Properties of Matter. Composition and Properties of Matter Composition of Matter what matter is made of Ex: Center of the Earth Properties of Matter what.
Matter and Mixtures Topic : Mixing and Dissolving.
A Matter of Fact Mixtures, Elements and Compounds.
Lab 5.2 Notes Mixtures and Solutions. MATTER Can it be separated? Mixtures Pure Substances Is composition uniform? Can it be decomposed by ordinary chemical.
HETEROGENEOUS AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS Section After reading Section 17.4, you should know: The difference between a suspension, colloid, and solution.
Aqueous Solutions Sections 17.3 and 4. Solvents and Solutes Aqueous SolutionsAqueous Solutions – Water containing dissolved substances SolventSolvent.
Matter is…... What is NOT Matter? Energy ! What is the composition of matter? Matter Pure Matter Substance Impure Matter Mixture.
Gold and Silver Nanoparticles Discovering Mixtures.
Chapter 2. Learn about the composition of matter Learn the difference between elements and compounds Learn to distinguish between physical and chemical.
Acids, Bases, & Solutions. Solutions Solution-uniform mixture that contains a solvent & solute Solution-uniform mixture that contains a solvent & solute.
Example of Physical Change Example of Chemical Change.
Unit 1 – Section B Looking at Water and Its Contaminants.
Terms on phase changes: ___1. Boiling point ___1. Boiling point ___2. Melting point ___2. Melting point ___3. Vaporization point ___3. Vaporization point.
pH: a mathematical measure of hydrogen ions and hydroxide groups in a solution.
+ Separation Methods Ways to separate mixtures – Chapter 3: Matter & Its Properties.
Matter and Change I. Chemistry As a Physical Science.
Physical and Chemical Changes Pure Substances Mixtures States of Matter.
Matter: Properties & Change Chapter 3. A. Matter Matter – anything that has mass and takes up space Everything around us Chemistry – the study of matter.
Chemistry of Life. Matter Anything that has mass and takes up space. 3 types of matter: a). Solid b). Liquid c). Gas.
© Mark E. Damon - All Rights Reserved Questions Final Jeopardy.
Slide 1 of 21 Chemistry2.2. © Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Slide 2 of 21 Mixtures Panning is one way to separate gold from a mixture of gold and materials.
Chapter 7Mr. Kennedy. What is a solution? Solution-well-mixed mixture containing a solvent and at least one solute that has the same properties throughout.
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