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    Mixtures And Solutions   Lesson 1 Mixtures And Solutions Lesson 1 Presentation Transcript

    • Mixtures and Solutions Lesson 1 Classifying Mixtures and Solutions
    • What is a Mixture?
      • A mixture is a combination of two or more different kinds of matter (solid, liquid, gas) or substances, each of which keeps its own physical properties.
    • What is a Mixture?
      • A substance is anything that contains only one kind of material. Examples would be sugar, water, iron filings
      • When you mix sugar with iron filings, you can easily see the two solids in the mixture.
    • Identifying Mixtures
      • Homogenous Mixtures
        • A mixture in which the different substances are mixed evenly , and are too small to be seen.
        • No matter how long you let a powdered drink mix and water stand, like Kool-Aid, the evenly mixed particles that make up this homogenous mixture will not separate.
    • Identifying Mixtures
      • Heterogenous Mixtures
        • A mixture in which the different substances are mixed unevenly .
        • Many times you can see the different substances in the mixture. Examples would be: bread, chocolate milk, smoke and air, paper, sugar mixed with iron filings.
    • What is a Solution?
      • Sugar and Water
        • When you mix sugar and water, it’s not easy to tell what is in the mixture.
        • The sugar seems to disappear.
        • But if you taste it, you’ll find that the water is sweet. It is distributed evenly throughout the mixture.
        • When one substance dissolves in another, the two form a solution .
        • In other words, any mixture made up of tiny particles that are evenly mixed and do not settle out is called a solution.
    • What is a Solution?
      • A solution is a specific type of mixture.
        • Are all solutions mixtures? Yes
        • Are all mixtures solutions? No
      • Solubility is the ability to be dissolved.
      • Sugar is soluble in water, but ground black pepper is not.