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Mixtures are made of only 2 things.

Mixtures are made of only 2 things.

False

In all mixtures individual parts can be seen.

In all mixtures individual parts can be seen.

False, you cannot see them in solutions.

Mixtures can be separated back to into their original parts.

Mixtures can be separated back to into their original parts.

True

Solutions are mixtures.

Solutions are mixtures.

True

Mixtures are all solutions.

Mixtures are all solutions.

False

Solutions are examples of mixtures. T/F

Solutions are examples of mixtures. T/F

True

Solutions cannot be separated back into original parts.T/F

Solutions cannot be separated back into original parts.T/F

False

In solutions you can see the individual parts.T/F

In solutions you can see the individual parts.T/F

False

Solutions must contain dissolving.T/F

Solutions must contain dissolving.T/F

True

Give all the special characteristics of a solution. There should be 4.

Give all the special characteristics of a solution. There should be 4.

dissolving, solvent and solute, evaporation, cannot see individual parts

Dissolving a solute makes the mass of a solvent increase? True//False

Dissolving a solute makes the mass of a solvent increase? True//False

true

If I add 25 grams of solute to a solvent how much does the mass of the solution increase?

If I add 25 grams of solute to a solvent how much does the mass of the solution increase?

by 25 grams

I made a solution by putting 30 grams of solute into the solvent. I evaporated the solvent in a solution. How much solute will be left?

I made a solution by putting 30 grams of solute into the solvent. I evaporated the solvent in a solution. How much solute will be left?

30 grams

State all the evidence something has to have to be called a mixture? If you get 2 out of 3 you get the points.

State all the evidence something has to have to be called a mixture? If you get 2 out of 3 you get the points.

made of two or more substances, can be separated back into separate substances, can see individual parts

I combine a solute and a solvent. After stirring the solute is at the bottom of the solvent. Have I made a mixture and a solution?

I combine a solute and a solvent. After stirring the solute is at the bottom of the solvent. Have I made a mixture and a solution?

No, just a mixture was made.

Give two things beyond having 2 or more substances and being able to separated that solutions have to make them special mixtures.

Give two things beyond having 2 or more substances and being able to separated that solutions have to make them special mixtures.

dissolving, cannot see individual parts

I add pepper to water. The pepper stays on the top of the water even after stirring. Is this a mixture, solution or both?

I add pepper to water. The pepper stays on the top of the water even after stirring. Is this a mixture, solution or both?

It is just a mixture.

All mixtures are solutions? T/F

All mixtures are solutions? T/F

no

We we put 80 ml. of water together with 10 grams of salt, how much does the solution weigh?

We we put 80 ml. of water together with 10 grams of salt, how much does the solution weigh?

90 grams

Would a filter be a great way to separate a solution? Yes/No

Would a filter be a great way to separate a solution? Yes/No

No, it would not work

Another name for the solid that gets dissolved in a solution.

Another name for the solid that gets dissolved in a solution.

solute

Beyond a solute this has to be present in order for a solution to be made.

Science Terms Only Accepted

Beyond a solute this has to be present in order for a solution to be made.

Science Terms Only Accepted

solvent

A _______________________ looks the same throughout.

A _______________________ looks the same throughout.

solution

If you mix a solute and solvent together and let it sit, what evidence would there be that it is just a mixture and not a solution?

If you mix a solute and solvent together and let it sit, what evidence would there be that it is just a mixture and not a solution?

The solute would be floating or go to the bottom of the cup or you could see the individual parts.

A student adds 3 scoops of solute to 50 grams of solvent.  The solute dissolves.  One scoop of the solute equals 10 grams.  What does the solution weigh?

A student adds 3 scoops of solute to 50 grams of solvent.  The solute dissolves.  One scoop of the solute equals 10 grams.  What does the solution weigh?

80 grams

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