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science vocabulary By- Kayla Matkin Mrs.savage’s class
A special mixture formed when a material dissolves in water….
Solution!! Did you get it right?
When a solvent can no longer hold any more of a solute the mixture is a…..
Saturated solution!! Did you get it right?
The when using condensation and evaporation I can separate the liquids in a mixture….
Distillation!! Did you get it right?
The process of a liquid turning into a gas is called…..
Evaporation!!! Did you get it right???
The part of the solution that is dissolved is the…..
Solute!!!! Did you get it right?
When steel and brass are combinded then a(n) __________ is made
Alloy!! Did you get it right?
Mixtures that are smooth and creamy are called …….
Suspensions!! Did you get it right??
______________ A mixture that does not settle, like cheese, marshmellows, and smoke
Collid! Did you get it right?
When two or more substances are mixed together and can be easily separated then a __________ has been created….
Mixture!! Did you get it right??
_____________ When a material is easily dissolved into a solvent…
Solubility!! Did you get it right??
A mixture that is the same throughout is called…..
Homogeneous!! Did you get it right??
The part of the solution that does the dissolving is called the …..
Solvent!!! Did you get it right??
___________ is the process in which one material seems to disappear into another material
Dissolving!! Did you get it right?
___________ a mixture that is different throughout….
Heterogeneous!! Did you get it right?
Using a coffee filter is one way to ___________ a mixture…..
Separate!!! Did you get it right??
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