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Science Vocabulary

Vocabulary List 3

Mixture a combination of different materials- where they do not change chemically- can be solids/solids (ex. Trail Mix), solids/liquids (ex. Kool Aid), or liquid/liquids (ex. ink)
Heterogeneous Mixture when you can plainly see the parts of the mixture (ex. Trail Mix)
Chemical Change When matter has a different chemical make up after being combined with different matter- creates a new substance
Physical Change When matter has the same make up when combined with different matter- the matter has just changed size or shape
Filtration separates solids and liquids- ex. coffee
Floatation separates buoyant pieces from those that sink ex. wood and sand
Sifting separates big pieces and small- Ex: rocks and the rock quarry
Magnetism separates magnetic (not aluminum) pieces from non magnetic
Evaporation separates solids from liquids- ex. salt water
Chromatography separates liquids from liquids ex. colors on coffee filter
Created by: PRESgrade5