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Classifying Matter (Grade 8)

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Classifying Matter

1. 
The two major categories of matter are?
  1. Atoms and molecules
  2. Homogeneous and heterogeneous mixtures
  3. Mixtures and substances
  4. Elements and compounds
 
2. 
Which is not an appearance of a solution?
  1. Clear
  2. Transparent
  3. Heterogeneous
  4. Homogeneous
3. 
Elements and compounds that have fixed compositions can be called
  1. mixtures
  2. substances
  3. alloys
  4. aqueous solutions
 
4. 
A compound differs from a mixture in that a compound always has a
  1. homogeneous composition
  2. maximum of two components
  3. minimum of three components
  4. heterogeneous composition
5. 
A homogeneous mixture with definite composition that cannot physically separate
  1. distillation
  2. chemical property
  3. heterogeneous
  4. pure substance
6. 
Classify each of the following as an Element, Compound, Homogeneous Mixture, or Heterogeneous Mixture.
A. 
Carbon monoxide                      
B. 
Dirt                                
C. 
Silver                    
D. 
Syrup                            
E. 
Water                      
F. 
Oxygen                    
G. 
Salt water                            
H. 
Salad                                
I. 
Salt                      
J. 
Blood                            
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