26 terms

G5 Mixtures and Solutions Part 1

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crystal
... a piece of a single solid substance which has a natural regular geometric form
diatomaceous earth
... a soft, crumbly powder-like substance formed from the fossil remains of diatoms (tiny creatures)
dissolve
... when a solid becomes incorporated (disappears into) into a liquid, forming a solution.
evaporation
... a liquid changes into a gas when thermal energy (heat) is added
gas
... a state of matter in which particles (pieces) of a substance expand to fill any space available (e.g. oxygen, carbon dioxide)
liquid
... a state of matter in which particles (pieces) of a substance flow freely but have a constant volume and take the shape of the container it is in (e.g. water, oil) https://o.quizlet.com/HjENXrpYDqfLz1CRe1UaUg_m.jpg
mass
... a measure of the number of atoms in a object
matter
... anything that takes up space and has mass
mixture
... a combination of different things in which the different parts stay separate from each other
physical property
... The definition of a physical property is any property of matter or energy or interactions that can be measured. An example of a physical property is a temperature.
property
... a quality or characteristic of something.
solution
... a mixture in which all of a solid is dissolved into a liquid
solid
... a state of matter in which particles (pieces) of a substance have a definite shape and volume (e.g. rock, metal)
transparent
... when some this is clear and you are able to see through it (e.g. glass or water)
constraint
a restriction or limit
criteria
a set of standards for testing something
engineer
a scientist that designs and builds systems
extract
a solution of substances dissolved out of organic material
filter
device that removes something from whatever passes through it
gravel
rock fragments and pebbles
magnet
a piece of material (such as iron or steel) that is able to attract certain metals
powder
a dry substance made up of fine particles
salt
a white crystalline solid that dissolves in water
screen
a network of wire set in a frame and used for separating different-sized parts
solute
a substance that dissolves in a solvent to form a solution
solvent
a substance in which a solute dissolves to form a solution

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