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Chapter 3 Section 3 part 1. Mixtures. This illustrates the “particles” in each of the following:. Mixtures . Combination of two or more substances that are not chemically combined and they are not in specific ratios. Ex: Cereal and milk. Mixtures continued.

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Chapter 3 section 3 part 1

Chapter 3 Section 3 part 1

Mixtures


Chapter 3 section 3 part 1

This illustrates the “particles” in each of the following:


Mixtures

Mixtures

  • Combination of two or more substances that are not chemically combined and they are not in specific ratios.

  • Ex: Cereal and milk


Mixtures continued

Mixtures continued

Substances within a mixture retain their properties because it is not a chemical reaction!

Granite


Homogeneous looks the same throughout heterogeneous not the same throughout

Homogeneous – looks the same throughoutHeterogeneous – not the same throughout


Mixtures continued1

Mixtures continued

  • Mixtures can be separated by physical means.

  • Ex: filtering, picking out, magnet


Mixtures continued2

Mixtures continued

  • Not all mixtures are easy to separate.


Mixtures continued3

Mixtures continued

  • Some mixtures take more than one step to separate


Comparing mixtures and compounds

Comparing Mixtures and Compounds


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