Mixtures (Grade 8)
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A mixture consists of two or more elements or compounds that are chemically combined, not physically mixed.
In a mixture, components lose their properties to form a new substance.
Both of these foods would be classified as a homogeneous mixture.
- Chicken noodle soup and fudge ripple ice cream
- Soda pop and chocolate ice cream
- Rocky road ice cream and an orange
- Watermelon and spaghetti with meatballs
What type of mixture will not allow light to pass through?
A mixture of two or more uniformly dispersed substances is a(n)?
A liquid mixture in which particles can be seen and easily separated by settling or filtration is a
A solution which holds a higher concentration of a solute than is normally possible at a certain temperature and pressure is called a .
is the substance in a solution that dissolves.
What is the definition of a solvent?
- The substance that is dissolved.
- The substance in which the solute is dissolved.
- Unable to be dissolved.
What is often called the universal solvent?
- sodium chloride
If a material's composition varies from region to region it can be classified as
A suspension is composed of substances that are evenly among each other.