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Mixtures

Mixtures Chapters 1-3

TermDefinition
Chemical Change a change that produces new substances - the original substance can not be recovered
Physical Change a change that does not produce new substances - only the physical properties change
Mixture two or more substances that have been combined physically but not chemically
Homogeneous Mixture a mixture in which all substances appear all one color - milk, iced tea shaving cream
Heterogeneous Mixture a mixture in which substances have more than one color - oil and water, sand and water
Filtration separates bigger particles from smaller particles
Evaporation some particles turn to gas & others stay behind
Distillation evaporating a liquid and then condensing it again
Magnetism separating a mixture where one substance has magnetic properties
Centrifugation a centrifuge machine spins a mixture that causes large particles to settle to the bottom
Sand and Water can be separated with the use of a? Filter
Salt and Water can be separated through? Evaporation and Distillation
Iron and salt can be separated through? Magnetism
solution a mixture in which one substance is dissolved into another substance
soluble able to dissolve in water
insoluble unable to dissolve in water
solute the substance that gets dissolved
solvent the substance that does the dissolving
universal solvent water
Three ways to increase the rate of dissolving a solute: Stirring, Crushing, Heating
Examples of chemical changes burning, rusting, bubbling, fizzing
Created by: cbeltrani