Presentation on theme: "MIXTURES. Have you ever made a mixture? How do you make a mixture? What type of mixture did you make? Did you know that there is more to a mixture than."— Presentation transcript:
Have you ever made a mixture? How do you make a mixture? What type of mixture did you make? Did you know that there is more to a mixture than what you actually see? Did you know there are two types of mixtures?
Name The Mixture
Vanilla Ice Cream Vanilla ice cream, milk and koolaid are all examples of homogeneous mixtures.
Toy Box A toy box, a tool box and a tossed salad are all examples of a heterogeneous mixture.
Mixtures A mixture is when two or more substances (elements or compounds) come together but do not combine to make a new substance.
Two types of mixtures. Homogenous Heterogeneous
A homogenous mixture is a mixture that is the same throughout. A heterogeneous mixture is a mixture that have larger parts and is different from each others.
In a homogenous mixture the different parts cannot be seen. In a heterogeneous mixture the different parts can be seen.
Homogenous Mixture Because the different parts cannot be seen it is sometimes difficult to determine if a mixture is a homogenous mixture. An example of a homogenous mixture would be milk, a brass lamp, etc.
Heterogeneous Mixture Because the parts are large and can be seen it is easy to identify a heterogeneous mixture. An example of a heterogeneous mixture is a garden salad, a tool box with various tools.
Two points to remember. Homo means same. A Homogenous mixture will be the same throughout. Hetero means different. A Heterogeneous mixture will be different throughout.