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Classifying Matter

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Elysia Leigh

on 24 May 2016

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Pure Substance:
Only one kind of matter with definite properties.
A substance that contains atoms of two or more atoms that are chemically combined.
Homogenous Mixture:
Any combination of substances that is uniform throughout.
Classifying Matter
By: Elysia Z. Leigh

Heterogeneous Mixture:
Two or more substances mixed together but not chemically combined.
<-- This is a mixture of M&Ms.
Made out of more than one of the same atom. Any material that cannot be broken down into more substances.
<--This is the periodic table of elements.
<--Pure substance v.s mixture.
Any mixture of substances that is not uniform throughout.
The process in which a solid, liquid, or gas is dispersed homogeneously in a solid, liquid, or gas without a chemical change.
General Colloids:
mixtures whose particles are larger than the size of a molecule but smaller than particles that can be seen with the naked eye.
<--This is an ionic compound
<--This is a heterogeneous mixture
Specific Colloids:
Gel is a kind of colloid
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