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5 Matching questions

  1. Physical change - rocks are broken into smaller/different pieces, but they are still rocks; chemical change - substances dissolve in water and react with other substances in the soil, air, or water making new substances
  2. suspension
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  4. formation of bubbles, formation of precipitate, formation of sound, light or odor, change in color
  5. malleability
  1. a ability of a substance to be pounded into thin sheets
  2. b What type of change is weathering and why?
  3. c heterogeneous mixture containing a liquid in which visible particles are large enough to settle out (insoluble). Which type of mixture has large solute, so it can be filtered out?
  4. d Name three clues that a chemical change has occurred.
  5. e How many elements are created in man-made laboratories?

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. substance containing only ONE type of particle (fixed composition)
  2. process of separating liquids using their densities
  3. mixture in which two or more gaseous, liquid, or solid substaces blend EVENLY throughout to appear like one
  4. ability of a substance to be drawn or pulled into a wire
  5. What kind of matter have unique sets of properties that help to aid in their identification?

5 True/False questions

  1. color, shape, state of matter, size, density, temperature, melting point, boiling point, odor, taste, viscosity, thermal conductivity, mass, volume, malleability, ductility, solubilityName three different physical properties

          

  2. colloidtype of pure substance in which atoms of two or more elements CHEMICALLY combine in a FIXED proportion

          

  3. sifting, magnetism, distillation, centrifuge, physical removal, filtrationName two ways to separate a mixture.

          

  4. granite, concrete, dry soup mix, pizza, cheese, Chex mix, trail mix, Italian dressingName two compounds.

          

  5. physical changechange of one substance to another that has different properties than the original substance