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Chamilla Colton

on 27 January 2015

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Transcript of Compounds/mixtures/solutions/suspensions/colloids

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Status Update: Comparing and Contrasting Science!
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Can you compare and contrast Compounds, Mixtures, Solutions, Suspensions, and Colloids? I know that I can!! The similarities that all of these substances have, are that they are all obviously some type of liquid, gas, or solid...Most likely a gas or a liquid. But that's not the point; point is, that all of these substances have a reaction to another one that will have an effect on them. For instance, baking soda and vinegar. Carbon dioxide bubbles give off gas that will blow up a balloon; another example! The differences that these mixtures or substances or solids have, are that they all have different ways of expressing WHY they are in that category. The amount of atomic mass and the number will express how big or how much they will react to another substance or mixture when in a chemical bond or when they are chemically mixed. If one compound was mixed with two different types of mixtures, there will be either a huge reaction, a small reaction, or no reaction at all from one of the mixtures, compared to the other. Therefore, there will be a different reaction no matter what other than using the same chemical with the one compound.
The mixture substance is when one combination of two or more of different types of substances are together, but are not combined chemically in any way.
Shared a Link: Chemical Reactions of a Heterogeneous and Homogeneous Mixture.
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In suspension, it has particles of a mixture that are more or less substances that have been evenly dispersed as a gas or a liquid throughout that mixture.
In the picture that is shown below, you can observe the differences in the two mixtures. How come?
Solutions are a kind of homogeneous kind of mixture that can involve two or more uniformly substances that are dispersed in a single phase
Compounds are a kind of substance that is made up of many atoms that have two or more different chemical bonds that have more elements that are joined together.
Shared a Photo: Chemical Connections of the Patriotic Table.
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Chamilla Colton
The reason why that the two mixtures are different, are because that one of the mixtures had turned into a solid, but the particles have mixed and then they have become an even amount. The one beside the solid, is either a gas or a liquid. The mixture that is shown there, shows that there are more particles than the other so then the purple ones will overcome the green ones; so, in conclusion, the Heterogeneous and the Homogeneous mixtures have a completely different force, balance, atomic count, and atomic mass. So that will make the two different from the other.

Chemicals are cool! But remember your safety and also remember your elements of the Patriotic Table! It'll do you SO much better in the future.

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