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Review of compounds + Chemical Rxns

created by a chemical blend of substances compound
created by a physical blend of substances mixture
starting material in a chemical reaction reactants
ending material in a chemical reaction products
solid made from mixing liquids together precipitate
states that mass is never created or destroyed in a physical or chemical change law of conservation of mass
another name for a homogeneous mixture (usually liquids) solution
clues of a chemical change color or temp. change, gas/bubbles , precipitate
mixture that looks the same homogeneous
method of separations of a mixture filtration or distillation
method of separations of a compound electricity or heat
property based on AMOUNT of substance Ex. Mass Extensive
property based on the TYPE of substance Ex. Color Intensive
mixture that looks different heterogeneous
part of solution that is mixed in Ex. kool aid mix solute
a defined area within a mixture phase
definite shape + definite volume solid
indefinite shape + indefinite volume gas or plasma
indefinite shape + definite volume liquid
most common state of matter ; ionized plasma
change that does NOT make a new composition physical
change that does make a NEW composition chemical
part of solution that does the dissolving Ex. water solvent
Temp point: Solid to Gas sublimation
Temp point: Liquid to Gas Boiling or Evaporation
Temp point: Gas to Liquid Condensation
A heterogeneous mixture will have how many phases 2 or more
Created by: cadetjt