Types of Matter Study guide

Question Answer
MIXTURE A COMBINATION OF 2 OR MORE SUBSTANCES THAT DO NOT FORM A NEW SUBSTANCE (IE: TRAIL MIX)
SUSPENSION A MIXTURE WHOSE PARTS SETTLE AND SEPARATE (IE: SALAD DRESSING)
SOLUTION PARTS OF A MIXTURE THAT ARE SIZE OF ATOMS OR MOLECULES (REALLY SMALL PARTS)
FILTRATION SEPARATES SUBSTANCES THAT HAVE PARTS OF DIFFERENT SIZES
HOW DO YOU SEPARATE MIXTURES?
(PG. 382-383)
FILTER, WATER, ? , MAGENTISM
CHEMICAL CHANGE A CHANGE OF MATTER THAT RESULTS IN NEW SUBSTANCE (DIFFERENT FROM ORIGINAL)
COMPOUND ATOMS OF 2 OR MORE ELEMENTS COMBINE
CHEMICAL FORMULA SYMBOLS THAT SHOW WHICH ELEMENTS HAVE COMBINED TO FORM COMPOUND (LIKE LABELING)
SUBSCRIPT (LITTLE) NUMBER THAT SHOWS ATOMS THAT HAVE COMBINED
HOW IS COMPOUND AND MIXTURE DIFFERENT?
KNOW HOW TO TELL A MOLECULE FROM AN ATOM…..

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