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Gcse Chemistry

States of Matter and Mixtures

What is the process called from a gas to a solid? Deposition
Are liquid particles touching? Yes, the particles are linked but unlike a solid they can move around.
What is a mixture? A mixture contains two or more substances that have not reacted chemically with each other.
What particles are far apart and moving constantly? Gas Particles
Melting point of Aluminium? 660.3 Celius
What can be separated by Filtration? Sand and Water
Whats drinkable water also called? Potable
Whats Crystallisation? a separation technique that is used to separate. a solid that has dissolved in a liquid.
What is Chromatography? a method of separation that distributes components to separate between two phases.
Gas to a Liquid? Condensing
What is the stuff left in the filter after the insoluble liquid is poured through? Residue
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