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Chemistry Revision

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What are the 3 states of matter? Solid,liquid and gas
which two states are the particles randomly arranged? Liquid and gas
In which state are the particles only able to vibrate in a fixed position? Solid
Which state can be compressed or squashed easily? gas
What is sublimation? solid to gas
What is deposition? Gas to solid
Particles in which state have no bonds? Gas
Which state cannot flow from place to place? Solid
What is a pure substance? Pure substances are defined as substances that are made of only one type of atom or only one type of molecule (a group of atoms bonded together).
What is a mixture? A substance made by mixing other substances together
What is a fixed composition? Always consisting of the same substance
What are 2 examples of mixtures? Air and orange juice
How can sand and water be separated? Filtration
Is water a solute or a solvent? Solvent
Is salt a solute or a solvent? Solute
Created by: Wanawsh2003