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In Question How many atoms of each element are in each compound? KBr… How many K? Br? H 2 O 2 … H? O? NaBO 3. JUST DO IT 4.2.13. Daily Riddle. Today in your notebooks. Mixtures (Right). Mixture: two or more elements in which a physical change takes place. (Chem change = compound)

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Just do it 4 2 13

In Question

How many atoms of each element are in each compound?

KBr… How many K? Br?

H2O2… H? O?

NaBO3

JUST DO IT 4.2.13

Daily Riddle


Today in your notebooks

Today in your notebooks


Mixtures right

Mixtures (Right)

Mixture: two or more elements in which a physical change takes place. (Chem change = compound)

2) Homogenous: the same uniform appearance and composition throughout (solutions)

Heterogeneous visibly different substances or phases. (suspension)

3) Solution a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances. A solute is dissolved in a solvent in a physical change. These substances do not undergo a chemical change, and they can be separated again.

  • What is a mixture?

    2) What are the two different types of mixtures?

    3) What is a solution?


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Types of mixtures

Def. & Example

  • Mixture

  • Heterogeneous

  • Homogeneous

  • Solution

  • Suspension


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On the LEFT SIDE of your notebook, write a detailed paragraph defining and explaining the different types of mixtures. 5 MIN

  • Define mixture

  • List the two types of mixtures (homo-solution, hetero- suspension)

  • Explain what each type of mixture is like and give an example of each


Exit slip

Exit slip

1. Which of the following is an example of a heterogeneous mixture?

A. Bottled waterB. Table saltC. Salt water solutionD. Trail mix

2. Which of the following is an example of a homogeneous mixture?

A. WaterB. SandwichC. Chocolate Chip CookieD. Kool aid

3. Oil and water is an example of a(n)…

  • SolutionB. Suspension

    4. “Hetero” means

  • SimilarB. SameC. DifferentD. Likely

    5. “Homo” means

    A. SimilarB. SameC. DifferentD. Likely


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