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A physical property is:
a) characteristic of matter that can be observed without changing a substance. b) characteristic of matter that is not observed. c) characteristic of matter that can only be observed by changing the chemical identity of a substance d) characteristic that cannot be observed.
A chemical property is:
a) characteristic of matter that can be observed without changing a substance. b) characteristic of matter that is not observed. c) characteristic of matter that can only be observed by changing the chemical identity of a substance d) characteristic that cannot be observed.
A heterogeneous mixture is:
a) a mixture that is always liquid. b) a mixture that has visibly different parts to it. It is not the same throughout. c) a mixture that is the same throughout. d) a mixture that never changes.
A homogeneous mixture is:
a) a mixture that is always liquid. b) a mixture that has visibly different parts to it. It is not the same throughout. c) a mixture that is the same throughout. d) a mixture that never changes.
A solution is:
a) a heterogeneous mixture in which two substances do not mix completely through each other. b) a homogeneous mixture in which two substances do not mix completely through each other. c) a homogeneous mixture in which two substances mix completely through each other. d) a heterogeneous mixture in which two substances mix completely through each other.
A solute is:
a) always blue. b) the substance that does the dissolving and is typically present in the greatest amount. c) the substance that is not present. d) the substance being dissolved in a solution and is typically present in the least amount.
A solvent is:
a) always blue. b) the substance that does the dissolving and is typically present in the greatest amount. c) the substance that is not present. d) the substance being dissolved in a solution and is typically present in the least amount.
When ice melts, that is a ___________ change.
a) chemical b) physical c) messy d) cold
When iron rusts, that is a ________ change.
a) chemical b) physical c) smelly d) difficult
A substance is considered insoluble in water if:
a) the substance completely dissolves in water. b) the substance partially dissolves in water c) the substance almost completely dissolves in water. d) the substance does not dissolve in water.
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