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Monet science project
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    • 1. Classifications Of Matter By: Monet Chandler
    • 2. Pure Substance A pure substance is a homogenousmixture and it cannot be separated into another substance. There are two different types pure substances Ex: Water is a pure substance.
    • 3. MixtureTwo or more kinds of substances mixed together.There are two different kinds of mixtures: Heterogenous and Homogeneous Ex: salt water is a mixture
    • 4. Heterogenous MixtureThe composition of the mixture is different everywhere in the mixture.Ex: Trail Mix would be a heterogenousmixture because you can see the different things mixed together and you can physically separate the mixture.
    • 5. Homogeneous Mixture The composition of the mixture is the same through the mixture. Everything is evenly distributed in the composition. Ex: Kool-Aid is a homogeneous mixturebecause everything is easily distributed within the drink
    • 6. ElementSubstance that contains only one type of atom.Ex: Copper,Lead, and Aluminum are all examples of an element.
    • 7. CompoundSubstances that contains more than one type of element. Ex: Water, Salt, and Sugar are all compounds.
    • 8. Chemical ChangeA chemical change is when substances combined together change into a new substance.Ex: The explosion of fireworks would be a chemical change.
    • 9. Chemical PropertyAny characteristic that gives a substance the ability to undergo a change. Ex: Heat of combustion
    • 10. Physical PropertyAny property used to characterize matter and energy and their interaction.Ex: Boiling point, Melting point,color, smell, and Freezing point.
    • 11. Property ChangeA change from one state to another. (solid, liquid, or gas)Ex: Ice(solid)=====>>Water(liquid)Water(liquid) =====>> Steam(gas)
    • 12. The End!!

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