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mixturesGas laws States of Matter 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points Pure substances Chemical/ Physical Properties
Which of the following IS a physical change? Sawing wood Burning a marshmallow Rusting of a nail
Which of the following IS a chemical change? Bursting a balloon Boiling water Rotting of an egg
Give two examples of physical properties
Shape, size, color, flow, phase change
Give two examples of chemical properties
Flammability, ability to rust, corrode, rot
Filtering saltwater is what type of change?
Give an example of a homogeneous mixture
Chocolate chip cookie dough is an example of what type of mixture?
Muddy river water is an example of what?
What are the two types of homogeneous mixtures?
Give two similarities for homogeneous and heterogeneous mixtures.
Types of matter Mixtures Separated physically 2+ substances
Which of the following is a compound? Hydrogen Water Carbon nitrogen
Water (H 2 O)
What are the two types of pure substances?
An atom of magnesium can be described as what type of pure substance?
How does a compound differ from a mixture?
Can NOT be easily broken down into smaller parts
What law states that as temperature of a gas increases, volume increases?
What law states that if the volume of a gas decreases, pressure increases
C. Decrease the volume of the cylinder
A pilot can change the altitude of a hot air balloon by changing the temperature of the gas inside the balloon. Using density, explain how this works.
Hot air has less density than cold air. The lower the density, the more it will rise.
What is the shape and volume of a solid?
Definite shape and volume
What does substance A, B and C represent?
A- Solid B- Liquid D- gas
What is the shape and volume of a liquid?
Shape- indefinite Volume- definite
What is the boiling point of the substance?
100 degrees C
What state of matter is the substance in at 55 oC ?
Make your wager
You are testing to see how caffeine effects the heart rate of water flees. Two groups of water flees were tested. Group one received 300mg of caffeine and group two received no caffeine. The water temperature was kept at 20 degrees celcius for both groups. a)Independent variable b)Dependent variable c)Constant d)control
You are testing to see how caffeine effects the heart rate of water flees. Two groups of water flees were tested. Group one received 300mg of caffeine and group two received no caffeine. The water temperature was kept at 20 degrees celcius for both groups. –Independent variable - caffeine –Dependent variable - heartbeat –Constant – water temp, pop size –Control – group 2