Elements, Compounds, Mixtures Question Preview (ID: 44179)


Basics.

Substances are....
a) matter with a composition that is always different
b) matter with a compostion that is always the same
c) anything
d)

Salt water is a(n)...
a) element
b) compound
c) mixture
d)

Mixtures are...
a) two or more pure substances that can be physically separated
b) two or more compounds that can be chemically separated
c) anything you want it to be
d) two or more pure substances that can be chemically separated

Water is an example of a(n)...
a) element
b) mixture
c) compound
d)

A compound is...
a) two or more elements physically held together
b) more than two elements in the same space
c) two or more elements chemically bonded together
d)

Can an element like hydrogen exist in groups of the same element, like H2?
a) Yes
b) No
c)
d)

Hydrogen is a(n)...
a) element
b) mixture
c) compound
d)

An element...
a) is a substance that consists of just one type of atom
b) is a substance that consists of more than one type of atom
c) can by physically separated
d) can be chemically separated

Sugar is a(n)...
a) element
b) compound
c) mixture
d)

Hydrogen, water, and sugar...
a) are all elements
b) are all compounds
c) are all mixtures
d) are all substances

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