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Mixtures & Solutions

Week 20 Science Study Guide

_____________ makes a good separation tool/method to use to clean nails out of a sandbox. A magnet
________________ a liquid mixture in which the minor component (the solute) is uniformly distributed within the major component (the solvent). A solution
the ability of an object to float or sink in water. Relative Density
In a solution one or more substances dissolve in another and cannot be easily separated.
To separate a mixture of salt and water evaporation is the best separation tool/method to use.
_______ breaking down into tiny pieces too small to be seen Dissolving
________________ an example of a solid that is insoluble (not soluble) in water, it will not dissolve. Sand
_________________ the liquid a substance dissolves in. Solvent
______________________ a substance to be dissolved in a liquid. Solute
When we put a substance in water and stir it to see if it dissolves we are testing for Solubility.
___________ the amount of a substance that will dissolve in a given amount of another substance Solubility
The temperature at which a liquid becomes a gas boiling point.
Buoyancy the ability to float.
If I added 32 grams of salt to water and separated the solution with a hot plate all of the water would evaporate leaving the full 32 grams of salt behind.
The water (_____________) would evaporate and 100% of the salt (_____________) would be left behind. solvent, solute
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