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Mixtures of Materials? How can we separate … powder grain crystal particle
insoluble dissolve solution suspension
States of Matter?
States of Matter? What are the differences? substance properties What is ‘water’?
liquid conde nse
freeze frozen solid solidify
liquid melt evaporate
Solids from solids? How can we separate … Solids from liquids? Liquids from liquids? Sugar from solution?
filtering equipment apparatus … what can you see? SBFFGSBFFG
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You will need: your science journal a pencil a smile.
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