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Unit A - Quiz 1 Def.


Liquid under pressure to move a load. A Hydraulic System
Warning symbols on hazardous material. Hazard Symbol
Workplace Hazardous Material Information System. WHMIS
Matter that has no fixed shape. Liquid.
Using gas under pressure to move loads. Pneumatic Systems
Something made of only one type of matter. Pure Substance
Combination of more than one pure substance. Mixture.
Mixture in which you can see the different substances. Mechanical Mixture
Mixture where you can see the different substances. Heterogeneous Mixture
Mixture that looks like one substance. Solution
Different substances cannot be seen. Homogenous Mixture
Droplets or tiny particles held within a substance. Suspension.
Cloudy mixture where tiny particles are too small to separate out. Colloid
Dissolves in something. Solute
Disslover. Solvent
The amount of solute in a specifica amount of solution. Concenteation
Solution in which solute can be dissolved at a given tempurature. Unsaturated Solution.
Solution that no more solute can be dissolved at a given tempurature. Saturated Solution
Ability to dissolve. Solubility
When no more solute can be dissolved in a solvent. Saturation Point
A solution with water as the solvent. Aqueous Solution
Model that explains the behavior of solids, liquids, and gases. Particle Model of Matter.
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