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Water B 1 Flashcards pp. 22-26
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…
Elements, Compounds, Solutions, Colloids, & Suspensions.
SOLUTIONS. Types of Mixtures Mixtures are classified into two types. What are they?
Types of Mixtures A mixture is a physical blend of two or more substances. Their composition varies (Air). There are two types of mixtures: homogenous.
II III I I. Types of Mixtures (p. 476 – 479) Ch. 15 – Mixtures & Solutions.
Mixtures Most forms of matter occur as mixtures A mixture is a combination of 2 or more substances that come in contact with each other but keep their.
Matter Classification Matter Flowchart Pure Substances Mixtures.
Mixtures Physical combinations of two or more different substances. –variable compositions –Examples: soft drinks, soil, brass, and air Mixtures have two.
Ch. 1 - Matter II. Classification of Matter (p.3-8) Matter Flowchart Pure Substances Mixtures.
MIXTURES B.3. Mixture 2 or more substances physically combined: Each retains a separate identity Substances combined can be separated by physical means.
C. Johannesson Ch. 1 - Matter II. Classification of Matter (p.15-17, ) Matter Flowchart Pure Substances Mixtures.
Mixtures. A mixture is a combination of two or more substances where there is no chemical combination or reaction.
Types of Mixtures. Solutions Solutions are homogeneous mixtures made up of two components. The part of the solution that does the dissolving is called.
Substances, Compounds & Mixtures How everything is put together.
Homogeneous mixtures of particles so small that they cannot be seen with a microscope and they will never settle out to the bottom of the container Examples:
Mixtures and Compounds. Composition of Matter One way we classify matter is either pure substances or mixtures. Pure substances are either elements or.
A substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substances is.
Ch Matter I. Classification of MatterClassification of Matter (p ) Matter Flowchart Pure Substances Mixtures.
Classifying Matter 2.2. Pure Substances A pure substance is matter that always has exactly the same composition. A pure substance is matter that always.
Classifying Matter Pure Substances Mixtures ElementsCompounds Homogeneous Heterogeneous.
Chapter 3 Notes I Classifying Matter PROPERTIES OF MATTER What is matter? What is mass? Anything that has mass and takes up space The amount of matter.
MATTER PURE SUBSTANCE ELEMENTCOMPOUND MIXTURE HOMOGENEOUS SOLUTION COLLOID HETEROGENEOUS SUSPENSION.
Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures. MATTER Matter can be split into three different groups: Elements Compounds Mixtures Matter is : Anything that has MASS.
Matter – General Information Chem328 1 st Year Chemistry Revised 2015.
Q: What is the dullest element? A: Bohrium. Key concepts: Describe 3 properties of mixtures Describe and identify the 3 types of mixtures by their properties.
Classifying Mixtures. Mixtures Can be classified by how well the parts of the mixture are mixed Can be separated by physical means like filtration or.
Mixtures Two or more substances that are not chemically combined with each other and can be separated by physical means. The substances in a mixture.
According to the phase diagram below, what is the boiling point of this substance at a pressure of 30 atmospheres? Bell Work C. Johannesson.
C. Johannesson Matter Anything that has mass and takes up space (volume) (What do you remember about mass and volume?)
DO NOW: What does it mean when a product says it’s pure? For example, Tropicana says it is “pure orange juice”.
Heterogeneous vs Homogeneous. Definitions: The prefix “homo” – indicate sameness Homogeneous – A homogeneous mixture has the same uniform appearance throughout.
Colloids, Solutions, Suspensions The three kinds of mixtures are distinguished by the size of the particles that make them up. ? ? ? ?
Properties of Matter. Matter Matter – anything that has mass and volume Pretty much everything!
Classification of Matter Chapter 18. Composition of Matter Section 1.
COLLOIDS AND EMULSIONS. INTRODUCTION A colloid is a suspension in which the particles are permanently suspended. Colloids can be mixtures of different.
Chapter 15.1 Classifying Matter. A. What is matter? 1. Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space.
Mixtures. The organization of Matter matter mixtures heterogeneoushomogeneous Pure substances Elements Oxygen, iron Compounds Salt, sugar.
Classification of Matter Composition of Matter MATTER.
Elements, Compounds, Mixtures. #1 chlorine A. Element B. Compound C. Mixture.
Classification of Matter. Matter Everything is made of matter. Matter has mass and occupies volume Matter is made of atoms Atoms are the smallest unit.
Introduction to Matter & Classification. Matter can be defined as anything that has mass and takes up space. mattermassvolume All matter has mass.
Mixtures. Matter Pure substance: Fixed (constant) composition and unique properties. Contains only 1 type of particle Can be an element (like Cu) or a.
Classification of Matter Matter Stuff of which all materials are made: anything that has mass and takes up space.
Chapters 2, 3, 7 Review Slides. Chapter 2 What is Matter?
PSc.2.1 OBJECTIVE: Understand types, properties and structure of matter.
Composition of Matter PROPERTIES OF MATTER What is matter? What is mass? Anything that has mass and takes up space The amount of matter an object contains.
Mixtures Solutions Colloid Suspension MATTER Heterogeneous mixture Is it uniform throughout? No Homogeneous Yes Can it be separated by physical means?
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