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Physical Science: 4

Physical Science Lesson 4: Mixtures and Solutions

Mixture: A combination of two or more substances that do not join together to form a new substance
Solution: A mixture in which the substances are spread out evenly between one another and cannot be told apart
Solvent A liquid substance capable of dissolving other substances Ex: Water
Solute The dissolved substance in a solution The component of the solution that changes states The powdered substance of the hot chocolate is an example of this
Soluble Capable of being dissolved in some solvent (usually water)
Saturation Point The point at which no more solute (sugar) will mix with the solvent (tea)
Dissolve: To form a solution with another substance
Invisible: Cannot be seen
Created by: twaller