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Mixtures and Solutions Ms. Lavery`s Class
Vocab. Using a coffee filter is 1 way to a mixture!
Vocab. A mixture that is different throughout!
Vocab. The process in which 1 material seems to disappear into another material!
Vocab. The part of the solution that does not dissolve is called the
Answer o SOLVENT!!!!!!!!!
Vocab. A mixture that is the same throughout is called
Vocab. When a material is easily dissolved into a solvent.
Vocab. When 2 or more substances are mixed together and can be easily separated then a has been created.
Vocab. A mixture that does not settle, like cheese, marshmallows and smoke.
Vocab. Mixtures that are smooth and creamy are called
Vocab. WWhen steel and brass are combined then a(n) is made.
The part of the solution that is dissolved is the
Vocab. The process of a liquid turning into a gas is called
Vocab. When using condensation and evaporation I can separate the liquids in a mixture
Vocab. A special mixture formed when a material dissolves in water.
Vocab. When a solvent can no longer hold any more of a solute the mixture is a
Answer SATURATED SOLUTION!!!!!!!!!!
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MIXTURES A mixture is made when two or more substances are combined, but they are not combined chemically. General Properties of mixtures: The components.
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1 of 10 © Boardworks 2014 Separating Mixtures. 2 of 10 © Boardworks 2014 A mixture is two or more substances mixed together. Solid substances that are.
TYPES OF MIXTURES. Solutions A solution is a homogeneous mixture. (same throughout) There are 2 parts to a solution, the solute and the solvent. The solvent.
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Mixtures and Solutions. MATTER is solid liquid gas melts to freezes to evaporates to condenses to anything that has mass and takes up space can be.
Mixtures 2 or more substances mixed together but not chemically combined Air is a mixture.
Solubility, concentration, colloids & suspensions.
Mixtures and Solutions Notes Pure substance: matter that has definite chemical and physical properties Mixture: matter that contains two or more substances.
Terms on phase changes: ___1. Boiling point ___1. Boiling point ___2. Melting point ___2. Melting point ___3. Vaporization point ___3. Vaporization point.
Classification of Matter Matter – anything that has mass and takes up space Pure Substance - matter that CANNOT be physically separated Compound – made.
Chem 1 Spring Mixtures Collections of multiple pure substances Mixtures can be separated by the use of physical properties If I have a mixture of.
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Mixtures Two or more substances together but not bonded.
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Elements __________make up elements Elements are the simplest __________ substances (ex. Hydrogen, Helium, Oxygen); can’t be broken down by chemical means.
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What is a solution?. Solution A solution is a homogeneous mixture of two or more components. The dissolving agent is the solvent. The substance which.
Solutions & Other Mixtures Heterogeneous Mixtures Amount of each substance in different samples of mixture varies.
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.
Solutions CH 13. Two Types of Mixtures Homogeneous Same throughout, looks pure EX: Air Heterogeneous Different throughout EX: Sand.
Features of all matter that can be observed and measured without changing the chemical composition of the substance State of matter Volume Mass.
Mixtures and Solutions Investigation 1. Let’s talk about our results Which mixtures were separated by the screen? Gravel Which mixtures were separated.
Mixtures. mixture -a mixture is a combination of two or more substances that ARE NOT chemically combined (they DO NOT form a compound!) EXAMPLE: Pizza.
A mixture is 2 or more substances that are combined together that can be separated by physical means (not chemically bonded together) Heterogeneous.
Mixtures and Compounds. Composition of Matter One way we classify matter is either pure substances or mixtures. Pure substances are either elements or.
Classifying Matter Mixtures, Elements and Compounds.
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.
Pure Substance or Mixture Solutions Separating Solutions.
Mixtures Describing Matter. Heterogeneous Mixtures: You can see the different parts that make up the mixture (EG) Salads, pizza, soil.
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