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Matter, Mixtures, and solutions

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Jeffery Cloud

on 4 January 2013

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Transcript of Matter, Mixtures, and solutions

photo (cc) Malte Sörensen @ flickr 2)Where are the acids?

Where are the bases? 5) Dissolving is an
example of what
type of change? PHYSICAL Study Review Matter, Mixtures and Solutions 11) A solution that contains all the solute it can hold under the given conditions is? Saturated
Solution 1) Density depends on
what 2 things? Mass
Volume 3) What occurs when a solid changes into a gas? Sublimation 16) How do we find the volume of an irregular shape? Water
Displacement 19) What causes the changes of state or the temperatures of a substance to change? Adding or Removing Energy 15) Describe the process or physical changes that takes place during condensation and evaporation. Condensation - gas becomes liquid

Evaporation - liquid
becomes gas 4) Matter always has the same identity during what type of change? Physical 6) Fill in the blank
A ______________ can be observed of an object without changing the properties, such as measuring the volume or feeling the texture. Physical Property 20) What is
Vaporization? Substance going from liquid to gas (Evaporation) 10) Contrast solute and solvent Solute - what gets

Solvent - does the
dissolving 14) A liquid's resistance to flow is called what? Viscosity 7) What can only be observed when a property has changed, such as flammability or rusting? Chemical Property 12) Differentiate a concentrated and diluted solution. Concentrated - More solute per solvent (Strong sweet tea)

Diluted - Little solute per solvent (Weak sweet tea) 18)When heat is released during a reaction, this is called what? An example would be vinegar and baking soda. Exothermic
Reaction 9) What is a Chemical Change? A reaction in which the substance has changed it's chemical composition and has become something new 17) When energy is received or absorbed by a substance, this is called what? Endothermic Reaction
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