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Mix and Flow

Science unit A

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Fluid Any matter that has no fixed shape.
Pneumatic System System that uses a gas under pressure to move loads.
Pure Substance Substance made up of only one type of matter.
Mixture Combination oof two or more pure substance.
Mechanical Mixture Heterougeonous mixture.
Heterogeanous Mixture Mixture in which the different so subatances can be seen.
Solution Homogeanous mixture.
Homogeanous Mixture Mixture in which the difference substances cannot be seen.
Suspension Cloudy mixture in which droplets or tiny pieces of one substance are held within another substance.
Colloid Cloudy mixture in which the droplets or tiny particles are to small to seperate out.
Solute Substance that dissloves in a solvent a solvent to form a solution.
Solvent Homogeanous mixture; mixture of two or more pure substances that looks like one substance.
Concentration The amount of solute per 100 mL of solvent.
Unsaturated Solution Solution in which more solute can be dissolved at a given temperature.
Saturated Solution Solution in which no more solute can be dissolved.
Solubility Ability to dissolve.
Saturation Point Point at which no more solute can be dissolved.
Aqeuos Solution Solution in which water is the solvent.
Particle model of Matter Model that explains the behavior od liquids, gases, and solids.
Created by: mr.hawkman