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In this type of mixture, parts do settle.
a) Homogenous
b) Suspension
c) Solution

The method that separates suspensions by trapping particles is
a) spinning
b) coagulation
c) sedimentation
d) filtration

In this type of mixture, parts do not settle.
a) Solution
b) Suspension
c) Homogenous

When the solute stops dissolving, you have a __________________ solution.
a) Dilute
b) Saturated
c) Concentrated
d) Heterogeneous

Which is the weakest solution?
a) Concentrated
b) Homogenous
c) Saturated
d) Dilute

Big pieces dissolve __________________ than small pieces.
a) slower
b) faster

Chemicals are used to separate suspensions in the process of
a) Coagulation
b) Filtration
c) Spinning
d) Sedimentation

Which of the following would NOT create a solution?
a) Sugar and Water
b) Salt and Water
c) Iced Tea Mix and Water
d) Sand and Water

What part of the solution dissolves?
a) Solvent
b) Solute
c) Water
d) Compound

What part of a solution does the dissolving?
a) Solute
b) Solvent
c) Sugar
d) Compound

What is an example of a homogenous mixture?
a) Salad
b) Trail Mix
c) Lemonade
d) Fruit Salad

What are the two parts to a solution?
a) Heterogeneous and Homogenous
b) Solute and Solvent
c) Mixtures and Compounds
d) Elements and Solids

Which is a heterogeneous mixture?
a) Glue
b) Honey
c) Coffee
d) Cereal

What is true about mixtures?
a) It keeps the properties of the substances that make it up.
b) It is always thicker than the two chemicals that go into it.
c) It can never be separated.
d) It is produced through chemical reactions.

What is true about compounds?
a) It does not always keep the properties of the substances that make it up.
b) It must have water in it.
c) Heat energy is required to make it.
d) Electrical energy is required to make it.

What is an example of a chemical change?
a) breaking glass
b) burning paper
c) melting ice
d) ripping paper

How is a compound different from a mixture?
a) Mixtures are created through physical changes; compounds are created through chemical reactions.
b) Compounds are created through physical changes; mixtures are created through chemical reactions
c) Mixtures are always heavier than compounds.
d) Compounds are always heavier than mixtures.

What is an example of a physical change?
a) burning paper
b) fireworks
c) crumbling paper
d) lighting a match

What is a substance that is made of two or more elements that are chemically combined?
a) element
b) mixture
c) compound
d) heterogeneous mixture

When gravity is used to separate suspensions, we call it
a) sedimentation
b) filtration
c) spinning
d) coagulation

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