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QuestionAnswer
Pure Substance A Substance that is pure
Hydraulic System Systems that use liquid under presure to move loads
WHMIS Workplace Hazardous Materials Info System
Fluid Any Matter that has no fixed shape
Pneumatic System System that uses a gas under pressure to move loads
Mixture Combination of two or more pure substances
Mechanical Mixture Mixture in which the diff. substances are easy to see
Solutions Homogeneous Mixture; Mixture of two or more pure substances that look like one substance
Homogeneous Mixture Mixture in which the different substances cannot be seen
Suspension HomoGeneous Mixture; Mixture of two or more pure substances that look like one substance
colloid Cloudy Mixture in which the droplets or tiny particles are too small to seperate
Solute Substance that dissolves in a solvent to form a solution
Solvent Substance that dissolves a sloute to form a solution
Concentration The Amount of solute
Unsaturated Solution Solution in which more solute can be dissolved at a given temp
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
Aqueous Solution sOLUTION IN WHICH WATER IS THE SOLVENT
Particle Model or Matter Model that explains the behaviour of solids
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