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Mixtures are made of only 2 things.

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Mixtures are made of only 2 things.


False


In all mixtures individual parts can be seen.

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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.

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Mixtures can be separated back to into their original parts.


True


Solutions are mixtures.

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Solutions are mixtures.


True


Mixtures are all solutions.

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Mixtures are all solutions.


False


Solutions are examples of mixtures. T/F

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Solutions are examples of mixtures. T/F


True


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

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


False


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

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


False


Solutions must contain dissolving.T/F

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Solutions must contain dissolving.T/F


True


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

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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

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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?

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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?

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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.

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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?

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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.

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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?

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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

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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?

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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

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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.

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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

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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.

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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?

 

 

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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?

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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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