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    • Classifying Matter Scavenger Hunt Nicholle Fourkas Mrs.Sipera Period. 1/2
    • One example of an element
      • Silver (Ag) is an example of an element because it is pure and it cannot be broken down.
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    • One example of a compound
      • Water is an example of a compound because its made up of atoms chemically combined.
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    • One example of a compound
      • Sugar is an example of a compound because it is made up of atoms chemically combined.
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    • One example of a mixture
      • Cookie dough is an example of a mixture because you can see the chocolate chips in it and it’s a combination of more than one pure substance.
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    • One example of a mixture
      • Guacamole is an example of a mixture because it has all sorts of vegetables in it and it’s a combination of more than one pure substance.
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    • One example of a mixture
      • Campbell's vegetable soup is an example of a mixture because you can see the vegetable’s.
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    • One example of homogeneous mixture
      • Gatorade is an example of a homogeneous mixture because you cant see the particles.
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    • One example of a homogeneous mixture
      • Milk is an example of a homogeneous mixture because it looks the same from top to bottom.
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    • One example of a heterogeneous mixture
      • Oil and water is an example of a heterogeneous mixture because the oil is on the top and the water is on the bottom.
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    • One example of a heterogeneous mixture
      • Peanut butter is an example of a heterogeneous mixture because peanut butter has oil in it and eventually the oil will rise to the top.
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