Match the Word to the correct Definition

Match the Word to the correct Definition

SEPTEMBER 29, 2014 MATCH THE WORD TO THE CORRECT DEFINITION 1.A mixture that appears UNIFORM throughout 2.A pure substance made of two atoms chemically combined 3.A mixture in which you can see the individual parts 4.A pure substance that is made of only ONE kind of atom 5.A solute dissolved in a A.Heterogeneo us B.Element C.Solution D.Homogeneou s E.Compound

September 30, 2014 Match each picture to the correct description. Write: A. Colloid B. Suspension October 1, 2014 Match each picture to its description 1. 2. 3. A. Element B. Compound C. Mixture of elements 4. D. Mixture of compounds

October 2, 2014 ANSWER EACH MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTION 1. If a spoonful of salt is stirred into a cup of water, the salt is the: A. Solvent B. Solution C. Solute 2. Which of the following sentences best describes table salt, NaCl? A. Table salt is a compound made of two elements B. Table salt is a mixture made from two elements C. Table salt is an element made from two mixtures 3. Which of the following do Salt (NaCl), Rust (Fe2O3), and Water (H2O) have in common? A. salt, rust and water are all atoms B. salt, rust and water are all

compounds C. salt, rust and water are all mixtures 4. Which of the following is an example of a container filled with a PURE SUBSTANCE and not a mixture? A. A balloon filled with helium B. A tire filled with air C. A glass filled with chocolate milk D. A jar filled with salt water October 3, 2014 ANSWER EACH MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTION 1. The smallest unit of a compound. A. Atom B. Molecule 2. The smallest unit of an element. A. Atom B. Molecule 3. A substance that dissolves another substance A. solute

B. Solvent C. Solution 4. A mixture which looks the same throughout. A. homogeneous B. heterogeneous 5. A mixture in which you can see the individual parts. A. homogeneous B. heterogeneous 6. How is a compound different than a mixture? A. Compounds have two or more components. B. Compounds are commonly found in nature. C. Each substance in a compound loses its characteristic properties. D. A glass filled with chocolate milk

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