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Unit A Definition

Quiz 1

Hydraulic system Uses a liquid under pressure to move a load
Hazard symbol Warning symbol on hazardous materials
WHMIS Workplace Hazardous Material Information System
Fluid No fixed shape, flows, takes shape of container. Liquids
Pneumatic systems Gas under pressure to move a load
Pure substance One subtance thats not mixed with any other substances
Mixture 2 or more pure substances mixed together
Mechanical mixture Easy 2 see subtances in a mixture> Chocolate chip cookie
Heterogeneous mixture Mechanical mixture
Solution Mixture that looks like on substance
Homogeneous mixture Solution
Suspension One substance held in another substance
Colloid Cloudy mixture particles are to small to seperate
Solute Dissolved in solvent
Solvent Dissloves solute
Concentration Specific amount of solute to solvent
Unsaturated solutin More room to dissolve solute
Saturated solution No more room to dissolve solute
Solubility Ability to dissolve
Saturation point No more solute can dissolve at a certain tempature
Aqueous solution Solution which water is solvent
Particle model of matter Behaviours of solids, liquids, and gases
Created by: jsmith8