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  • Classifying Matter Scavenger Hunt
    By Steven Apple!
  • An example of an element
    The silicon wristband is an example of silicon.
  • Water an example of a compound
    Water is an example of a pure substance that contains more an one element.
  • Hydrogen peroxide an example of a compound
    Hydrogen peroxide is also an example that contains more then one element.
  • examples of mixtures
    Concrete is an example of a mixture with two or more different materials
  • examples of mixtures
    Salt water is an example of combining salt and water together.
  • examples of mixtures
    Air is an example of a mixture combining nitrogen, oxygen and other gases.
  • examples of homogenous mixture
    Kool-aid is an example of homogenous mixtures because the mixtures appear to have the same properties.
  • examples of homogenous mixture
    Windex is also an example of homogenous mixtures because the mixtures have the same properties.
  • examples of heterogenous mixtures
    Pizza is an example of heterogenous mixtures because the mixtures does not appear to have the same properties.
  • examples of heterogenous mixtures
    Cereal with milk is also an example of heterogenous mixtures because the mixture does not appear to have the same properties.