Mixtures and Solutions. Mixtures. two or more substances that are not chemically united and that exist in no fixed proportion to each other. Salad, Tea, Milk, Soda, Spaghetti, Sand, Stew, Concrete, Raison Bran and most Rocks. examples. Mixtures. Heterogeneous. Homogenous.
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Mixtures and Solutions
two or more substances that are not chemically united and that exist in no fixed proportion to each other
Salad, Tea, Milk, Soda, Spaghetti, Sand, Stew, Concrete, Raison Bran and most Rocks
Salad, gravel, sand, spaghetti
For example, if you spill paper clips in your cereal, you made a mixture. You can remover the clips with a magnet.
Can you use simple tools to separate the stuff in milk or cola?
Unlike a heterogeneous mixture where the parts that were mixed in together are easy to see and separate, Homogenous Mixtures are uniformly mixed and it is very hard to see the individual parts.
Heterogeneous Mixtures Come in Three Main FormsThe First is Made of Small, but not Tiny particles mixed in a liquid or gas. It is called a SUSPENSION
After an hour
After 10 min.
Stir to create solution
Now, you won’t be mixed up about mixtures.