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Unit A definitions

My definitions for unit A quiz 1

System that uses liquid under pressure to move loads. Hydraulic System
Warning symbol on hazardous material. Hazard Symbol
Workplace harzardous material information system. WHMIS
Any matter with no fixed shape, flows,takes shape in any container. Fluid
System that uses gas under pressure to make loads. Pneumatic Systems
Combonation of 2 or more substances. Mixture
Heterogeneous mixture: easy to see different substances Mechanical Mixture
Easy to see different substances. Heterogeneous Mixture
Homogeneous mixture: looks like 1 substance Solution
Looks like 1 substance. Homogeneous mixture
Cloudy mixture; substance held in middle of bottom and top of other substance. Suspension
Cloudy mixture where particle are to small to seperate. Colloid
Dissolves in solvent. Solute
Solute dissolves in it. Solvent
Specific amount of solute in grams in the solvent. Concentration
More can be dissolved. Unsaturated Solution
No more can be dissolved Saturated solution
ability to dissolve solubility
point where no more solute can dissolve at given temp Saturation Point
water is the solvent Aqueous Solution
model explaining behaviour of liquid, solid & gas. Particle Model of Matter
Substance of only 1 matter Pure Substance
Created by: SydneyA