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A solution is also called a(n)___________
a) homogeneous mixture b) heterogeneous mixture c) compound d) element
Since many substances are visible, salad dressings are classified as what?
a) elements b) homogeneous mixtures c) heterogeneous mixtures d) compounds
Iron is classified as what?
a) element b) compound c) mixture d) molecule
Chose two pure subtances
a) mixture and compound b) compound and solution c) element and mixture d) compound and element
A (n)_________ contains two or more different substances that are only physically joined not chemically- they can be separated
a) element b) compound c) mixture d) atom
A(n) ________ contains two or more different atoms joined together
a) element b) mixture c) atom d) compound
A(n) _________ contains just one kind of atom
a) element b) compound c) mixture d) atom
The two or more substances in a(n) _____ keep their individual properties
a) element b) atom c) mixture d) compound
Two or more substances that are not chemically combined with each other and can be separated by physical means
a) elements b) atoms c) compounds d) mixtures
_________ can only be separated by chemical means, not physically
a) elements b) compounds c) mixtures d) atoms
Pure substances composed of two or more different elements joined by chemical bonds
a) elements b) compounds c) mixtures d) atoms
C for Carbon and Mg for Magnesium- these are examples of
a) mixtures b) compounds c) chemical formulas d) chemical symbols
Helium and Gold atoms are_____
a) the same b) different c) d)
All____ are made of atoms and can be found on the Periodic Table
a) elements b) compounds c) mixtures d) atoms
The smallest particle of an element that has the properties of that element is called a(n)______
a) element b) atom c) compound d) mixture
__________ cannot be separated into simpler substances by physical or chemical means.
a) elements b) compounds c) mixtures d) molecules
Salt water, vinegar, and coffee are examples of:
a) heterogeneous mixtures b) homogeneous mixtures c) compounds d) elements
_______________ can't get it back
a) physical changes b) chemical changes c) d)
Evaporation is an example of a
a) physical change b) chemical change c) d)
Burning paper is an example of a
a) physical change b) chemical change c) d)
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