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14-3 Mrs. Fuller

QuestionAnswer
Mixture 2 or more substances that may be combined in variable amounts (ex: garden salad)
Solution Mixtures that are evenly mixed at a molecular level (tea)
Coefficient Large numbers written in front of elements in a chemical formula, tells the number of molecules in a compound for a given formula (ex: 2NaCl)
Subscripts Written slightly below the line following an element in a chemical formula, tells how many atoms are in a element in a compound
Ratio A comparison of quality (ex: 4:9)
Compound 2 or more elements chemically combined elements joined together
homogeneous 2 or more substances that may be combined in variable amounts and are mixed evenly
heterogeneous 2 or more substances that may be combined in variable amounts but are NOT mixed evenly
Solute A substance that is present in a smaller amount and is dissolved by the solvent (ex: sugar)
Solvent A substance that is present in a greater amount and it dissolves the solute (ex: water)
Alloys A solution of one or more metals and other solids
Created by: shreyat