Contain only one type of particles. Diamonds are one of the few found in nature. Most are made pure my human refining.
Contains two or more pure substances.
Can be a combination of solids, liquids and gases. Mixtures can have different properties depending on the amount of each pure substance in the mixture.
Pure Substances that cannot be broken down into other pure substances.
A pure substance made of two pure substances. Can combine with element to form new substances.
A mixture with two or more part that can be easily seen.
Murky mixture where mucks of solids or liquids are spread throughout a liquid or gas.
A mixture that appears to be only one substance but is made up of two or more substances that can only be seen under a microscope.
A suspension that has been treated to prevent it from separating.
A solution with a higher amount of solute dissolved in the solvent makes it more concentrated.
A solution with a lower quantity of solute for the solvent making it weaker. To much solvent for solute.
The ability of a solute to dissolve in a solvent.
A substance that dissolves in the solvent.
What the solute is dissolved in.
When no more of the solute can be put in the put in the solvent because it is too saturated.
Able to dissolve more solute into the solvent.
Solvent is able to hold more solute than it should be able to, should be a solid but remains a liquid.
Matter= Mixtures or Pure Substances.
Pure Substances= Element or Compounds.
Mixtures= Mechanical mixture, Suspension or Solution.