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Types of Mixture

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What are Solutions? They are homogeneous mixtures.
What are mixtures classified as? Mixtures are classified as solutions, suspensions, or colloids, depending on the size of the solute particles in the mixture.
What is the dissolved substance? The dissolved substance is the solute. Solutions that have water as a solvent are aqueous solutions.
What can solutions consist of? Solutions can consist of solutes and solvents that are solids, liquids, or gases.
How are suspensions settle? Suspensions settle out upon standing.
What most ionic solutes and some molecular solutes form? Most ionic solutes and some molecular solutes form aqueous solutions that conduct an electric current. These solutes are called electrolytes.
What are nonelectrolytes? Nonelectrolytes are solutes that dissolve in water to form solutions that do not conduct electric currents.
Do colloids settle? Colloids do not settle out, and they scatter light that is shined through them.
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