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Bonds. 9 th grade physical science 2010-2011. Compounds and mixtures. In your notebook define element, molecule, mixture, and compound. Think of how they can be different. What do the words mean?. Compound. Element Molecule Compound Mixture. Definitions.

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Bonds

Bonds

9th grade physical science 2010-2011


Compounds and mixtures

Compounds and mixtures

  • In your notebook define element, molecule, mixture, and compound. Think of how they can be different. What do the words mean?


Compound

Compound

  • Element

  • Molecule

  • Compound

  • Mixture


Definitions

Definitions

  • Now go back and redefine them can you make those definitions better.


Definitions1

Definitions

  • Mixture is made up of different substances that are just placed together. Each substance in the mixture has its own properties.

  • Compounds always have the same chemical formula. They always have the same elements in the same ratios.

  • Molecules are an individual piece of a compound

  • Elements are the building blocks of everything. Each has its own properties.


Reaction of zn and i 2

Reaction of Zn and I2

  • What are 5 compounds that we have observed in this class?

  • What are 5 mixtures that we have been in this class?

  • Observe the reaction of Zn and I2. Write down observations. Were there compounds formed? How do you know?


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