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A combination of two or more substances combined together but can physically be separated. Mixture
A mixture that is combined completely with an even distribution. Solution
Trail mix and fruit salad are examples of__________ Mixtures
Sugar in water, iced tea and lemonade are examples of _________ Solutions
A substance that dissolves in a given substance. Solute
Has the ability to dissolve a substance. Solvent
This process can be used to obtain a solute from a solution (salt from salt water) Evaporation
This process can be used for separating a solid from a liquid ( sand and water) Filtration
This process can be used to separate out one color from a mixture of black ink. Chromatography
This process can be used for separating objects with magnetic charge from objects without a magnetic charge ( iron filings and rice). Magnetism
Mass cannot be created or destroyed. The Law of Conservation of Mass
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