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Matter physical substance that has mass and volume
Atom basic unit of element or building block of matter
Moleule a group of two or more atoms bonded together
Element 1 or more atoms of the same kind
Compound 2 more more different atoms bonded together
Pure Substance a substance made up of one type of matter, separates chemically
Mixture a substance made up of multiple types of matter, separates by physical methods
Homogeneous a mixture where the particles are evenly distributed
Heterogeneous a mixture where the particles are not evenly distributed
Solution a mixture containing atoms, ions, or molecules fully dissolved
Colloid a mixture containing mid size particles that do not settle out
Suspension a mixture containing particles that settle out if left undisturbed
Tyndall Effect dispersed colloid particles scatter light, allowing us to differentiate between colloids and solutions
Created by: 2018054