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Classification of Matter

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Sofia de la Garza

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By: Dalana González #10, Sofía de la Garza #6, Elsie Decrescenzo #7, Antonio Elizondo #8 and Cristy Garza #9 9E
Classification of Matter
Is everything that has mass and takes up space. Its three states are solid, liquid or gas.
Substance is: a species of matter of definite chemical composition, can be seperated by chemical means.

All compounds are substances but not all substances are compounds since pure elements are also chemical substances.
Substance
A substance made up of
atoms with the same atomic number
Element
Homogenous
NaCl
H20
Homogeneous is a mixture where the components that make up the mixture are uniformly distributed through out the mixture. These mixtures only have one phase.
Matter
Mixture
Compound
Heterogenous
Ex: Lead, Sodium, titanium and mercury

Examples: sand, and soil
Matter with variable composition made from two or more substances, can be separated int a pure substance by physical methods.
It is a mixture where components are not uniform or have localized regions with the different properties.
It has different phases.
A substance made from two or more elements, chemically combined.
Ex: Carbon Dioxide, water, salt
Examples: salad, oil and water, chicken noodle soup, etc.
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