mixtures and solutions quiz
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Why does coke taste flat after its been sitting out for a long time?
- Why can you dissolve more sugar in your hot coffeee than in your iced coffee?
- An example of a solid dissolving in a liquid?
- How do you seperate salt from water?
- a Hot liquids can hold more solute
- b a homogenous mixture
- c sugar in lemonade
- d As the temperature increase, the solubility of the carbon dioxide gas decreases and loses its fizz.
- e You have water evaporate under the sun or other heat source.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- carbon dioxide in carbonated soda
- You run a magnet through the mixture to pick up the iron filings.
- The component that is present in the largest amount.
- solutions of two or more metals
- A solution in which little solute is dissolved.
5 True/False Questions
Homogenous → all parts are identical
A saturated solution → a solution in whicha lot of solute is dissolved into the solvent
how do you seperate rocks sand sugar and iron filings? → You use a strainer to strain out the rocks then you use a magnet to take out the iron filings. Then pour water onto the mixture and filter it causing the sand to be left behind. finally evaporate the water under the sun or other heat source.
concentrated solution → a solution in whicha lot of solute is dissolved into the solvent
How do you seperate rocks sand and sugar? → You would use a strainer to take out the rocks . Then pour water over the remaining mixture and filter it causing the sand to be left behind. Finally evaporate the water under the sun or other heat source.