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Lipid Identification. wax. glycerophospholipid. prostaglandin. Phosphosphingolipid (sphingomyelin). Lipid Identification. triacylglycerol. Glycosphingolipid (cerebroside). steroid.
Mixtures. Chapter 10, Lesson 2. What are mixtures?. A physical combination of substances. Trail mix Tossed salad Lemonade Components keep their original properties and can be separated back out relatively easily. . What are mixtures?.
Mixtures. Mixture. What are the 2 types of mixtures? Homogenous – Mixture with the same uniform appearance and composition throughout. Heterogenous – Mixture that consists of visibly different substances or phases. Homogeneous or Heterogenous. Heterogeneous Homogoneous.
Mixtures. Two or more substances together but not bonded. Types of Mixtures. Heterogeneous – different throughout Homogeneous- uniform throughout. Heterogeneous Mixtures.
Mixtures. Unit III Properties of Matter. BELLWORK. What is a mixture? How can it be separated? Can you provide another example?. BELLWORK. Mixtures. A mixture is a physical blend of two or more substances. Their composition varies (Air).
Mixtures. Matter. Pure substance : Fixed (constant) composition and unique properties. Contains only 1 type of particle Can be an element (like Cu) or a compound (like NaCl) Homogeneous (looks the same throughout) Mixture : Contains at least 2 PHYSICALLY combined substances
Mixtures. Spring 2011. Bellringer #1. The smallest part of matter is: a. Cell b. Particle c. Molecule d. Atom To find information about elements: a. Look at a dictionary b. Use a periodic table c. Google them d. Look under a microscope Vocabulary words are:
Mixtures. Mixtures are physical (NOT chemical) combinations Many mixtures have NO chemical reaction potential Sugar or Salt dissolved in water Solder, a mixture of Tin and Lead Unlimited number of potential combinations Some mixtures have chemical reaction potential
Mixtures. Look at the pictures:. Other examples for teacher. Air (N 2 , O 2 , CO 2 , Ar, other gases) – gas in gas Soda pop (CO 2 in water) – gas in liquid Sea water (NaCl and other salts in water) – solid in liquid Dental amalgams (mercury in silver) - liquid in solid