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chptr9 lesson 4

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mixture a physical combination of two or more substances that blend together without forming new substances
suspension a mixture made of parts that separate upon standing
What is an example of a suspension? Oil and vinegar
emulsion a suspension of two liquids that usually do not mix together
What is an example of an emulsion? Toothpaste
colloid a stable homogeneous mixture in which small, fine particles of one material are scattered throughout another material
What is an example of a colloid? Whipped cream
solution a mixture of one substance dissolved in another
What is an example of a solution? Salt in water.
Solutions have two parts, what are they? The solute and the solvent.
What is a solute? the substance that dissolves
What is the solvent? what the solute dissolves in
allys mixtures of one or more metals with other solids
Steel is a(n) _______. alloy
Copper+Zinc= ? Brass
solubility a physical property of solutes in different solvents
What are 5 ways to separate mixtures? magnetism, buoyancy, evaporation, sifting, filtration
distillation separates the parts of a mixture by vaporization and condensation
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