Nuts and Bolts

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  • Nuts and Bolts

    1. 1. Nuts and BoltsAn Introduction to Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures
    2. 2. Directions
    3. 3. Directions• Observe and sketch each image.
    4. 4. Directions• Observe and sketch each image.• Determine if it represents and element (E), compound (C), or mixture (M).
    5. 5. Directions• Observe and sketch each image.• Determine if it represents and element (E), compound (C), or mixture (M).• Write the appropriate code letter in the “Before” cell of the worksheet.
    6. 6. Directions• Observe and sketch each image.• Determine if it represents and element (E), compound (C), or mixture (M).• Write the appropriate code letter in the “Before” cell of the worksheet.• Do NOT discuss your choice.
    7. 7. A
    8. 8. B
    9. 9. C
    10. 10. D
    11. 11. E
    12. 12. F
    13. 13. G
    14. 14. H
    15. 15. I
    16. 16. • Now that you have classified all nine groupings, compare your answers with a neighbor.• For any choices that you have classified differently, discuss why you did so.
    17. 17. Answers• A - Element• B - Mixture (2 compounds)• C - Mixture (3 elements)• D - Element• E - Mixture (1 compound & 1 element)• F - Mixture (1 compound & 1 element)• G - Compound• H - Element• I - Compound

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