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Classification of Matter. HETEROGENEOUS vs. HOMOGENEOUS. Classification of Matter. Using the glossary in your book define the following words in your notes. Pure Substance Element Compound Solution Mixture Homogeneous Heterogeneous. Classification of Matter. MATTER.

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classification of matter

Classification of Matter

HETEROGENEOUS

vs.

HOMOGENEOUS

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Classification of Matter

Using the glossary in your book define the following words in your notes.

  • Pure Substance
  • Element
  • Compound
  • Solution
  • Mixture
  • Homogeneous
  • Heterogeneous
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Classification of Matter

MATTER

Heterogeneous Matter

Homogeneous Matter

Fluid mixtures

  • Solid Mixture

Pure Substances

4) Solutions

2) Colloids

3) Suspensions

Aerosols

emulsions

6) Compounds

5) Elements

Gels

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Classification of Matter

List an example of each below:

Element  Zinc

Compound  Carbon Dioxide

Solution  Stained glass

Solid Mixture  Granite

Suspensions  Pulpy Orange Juice

Colloids  Milk, Jell-O, Hair Spray

Try and come up with two other examples of each of the classifications of matter.

In a minute I will unveil possible answers.

Get all your answers before the music stops

matter
Matter

Matter is anything

That takes up space and has some mass.

It comes in many forms like

solid liquid or a gas.

Water, gold and salt… well they are substances for sure… there’s no Physical way to break them down , So they are classified as Pure

matter chorus
Matter  Chorus

Matter… Does it matter?

HEY… matter means a lot!

Matter is the only stuff we got.

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Matter

Substances are either, compounds or elements…you can break down compounds chemically .,

But with elements you can’t.

Put substances together, and a mixture is what you get Mixtures are either hetero, or homogeneous.

matter chorus1
Matter  Chorus

Matter… Does it matter?

HEY… matter means a lot!

Matter is the only stuff we got.

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Matter

Mixtures are homogeneous, when they’re uniform throughout. Solutions like salt in water Are examples without a doubt.

Mixtures are heterogeneous That lack uniformity, Like a mixture of dirt and water, That’s as clear as mud to me.

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Matter  Chorus

Matter… Does it matter?

HEY… matter means a lot!

Matter is the only stuff we got.

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Matter  Chorus

Matter… Does it matter?

HEY… matter means a lot!

Matter is the only stuff we got.

matter is everywhere
MATTER IS EVERYWHERE

It is anything that takes up space

and has mass.

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Classification of Matter

List an example of each below:

Element  Zinc

Compound  Carbon Dioxide

Solution  Stained glass

Solid Mixture  Granite

Suspensions  Pulpy Orange Juice

Colloids  Milk, Jell-O, Hair Spray

For homework come up with two other examples of each of the classifications of matter.

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Classification of Matter

What is a colloid?

What is a suspension?

How are they different from a solution?

Go to page 224-231 and read about colloids suspensions and solutions.

Define in your notes the italicized words.