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Mixtures & Solutions

"5th Grade - Mixtures & Solutions - Terms & Definitions"

QuestionAnswer
Mixture Two or more materials stirred together.
Property A characteristic of an object, something you can observe such as size, color, shape, or texture.
Solution A special mixture formed when a material dissolves in water.
Dissolving A process in which one material disperses uniformly into another material, so that the first material seems to disappear.
Evaporation Causes liquids to dry up – the liquid turns to gas and disperses into the air, leaving any dissolved material behind.
Crystal The solid form of a material that can be identified by its properties, such as shape, color, and pattern.
Solvent The liquid part of a solution.
Solute The solid dissolved in the solvent of a solution.
Saturated Solution A solution which cannot dissolve any more solvent.
Solubility The property that substances have of dissolving in solvents.
Concentration The amount of material dissolved in a measure of liquid.
Dilute To make a solution less concentrated, usually by adding more liquid.
Volume The three-dimensional space occupied by something.
Chemical Reaction A change that occurs when two or more materials (chemicals) are mixed together.
Precipitate A solid Material that forms as the result of a reaction.
Change The process of becoming something different.
Reactant A chemical that reacts to produce a change when mixed with another chemical.
Created by: Hushekclan