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HOMOGENEOUS HETEROGENEOUSELEMENTS COMPOUNDS
Solution Suspension
Colloids
CLASSIFIED INTO:
Formed when two or more substances – whether in solid, liquid, or gas
forms – are combined.
It is classified into two:
– the mixture has a uniform appearance,
you cannot see the components through our naked eyes.
– do not have uniform appearance,
therefore components are visible to naked eye.
EXAMPLE:
1. Vinegar (mixture of water, cane juice, sodium, etc.)
2. Orange juice (powder and water)
3. Coffee (coffee powder and water)
4. Prefume
5. Disinfectant alcohol
EXAMPLE:
1. Fruit and vegetable salad
2. Water and oil
3. Sand, rocks, and water
4. Flour and water (if not evenly whisk)
It is classified into three types:
1. Solutions
2. Suspensions
3. Colloids
 It is a homogeneous mixture, and usually in liquid form.
Has two factors:
 Solute – substance that is being dissolved.
 Solvent – dissolves the solute (water as universal solvent).
 Example: salt solution
Salt as the solute, water as the solvent.
– refers to the amount of solute being dissolved in a given
amount of solvent at particular temperature.
CLASSIFIED INTO TWO:
- solute dissolve easily into the solvent. Example:
sugar and salt, and water.
– solutes does not dissolve easily to solvent.
Example: rocks, sand, rice grains, corn and pebbles, and water.
- Stirring using spoons can dissolve the solute faster.
- it causes the particles of liquid to move faster and farther apart and
come in solid particles faster.
- solid particles dissolve easily in hot liquid.
- example: creamer dissolved faster in hot liquid than cold one.
- smaller particles dissolved faster in liquid than the bigger particles.
- Ex: chicken powder dissolve easily than chicken cube.
- it determines whether they form solution.
- Example; oil and water, they did not form solution because they
have different nature.
– small amount of solute is dissolve.
– large amount of solute is dissolve.
– much more solute in the solution than the
solvent.
– dissolving liquid, solid, or gaseous to liquid solvent.
Example: brine (salt and water), alcohol (liquid to liquid), Cola
(carbon dioxide gas and water)
- alcohol is a miscible solution since they combined evenly with each
other substances. Oil and water are called immiscible since they are not
attracted to each other.
– made by mixing two or more gases.
Example: air (combination of carbon dioxide, oxygen, nitrogen and
other gases)
– mixing solid with solid, liquid and gas.
Example: steel (carbon and iron)
brass (zinc and copper)
to the food such as salt and sugar solution
– dissolve grease and stain in clothes (soaps)
– tea, coffee, soft drinks
– medicine we intake
into the blood stream.

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Week 1

  • 1. HOMOGENEOUS HETEROGENEOUSELEMENTS COMPOUNDS Solution Suspension Colloids CLASSIFIED INTO:
  • 2.
  • 3. Formed when two or more substances – whether in solid, liquid, or gas forms – are combined. It is classified into two: – the mixture has a uniform appearance, you cannot see the components through our naked eyes. – do not have uniform appearance, therefore components are visible to naked eye.
  • 4. EXAMPLE: 1. Vinegar (mixture of water, cane juice, sodium, etc.) 2. Orange juice (powder and water) 3. Coffee (coffee powder and water) 4. Prefume 5. Disinfectant alcohol
  • 5. EXAMPLE: 1. Fruit and vegetable salad 2. Water and oil 3. Sand, rocks, and water 4. Flour and water (if not evenly whisk)
  • 6. It is classified into three types: 1. Solutions 2. Suspensions 3. Colloids
  • 7.  It is a homogeneous mixture, and usually in liquid form. Has two factors:  Solute – substance that is being dissolved.  Solvent – dissolves the solute (water as universal solvent).  Example: salt solution Salt as the solute, water as the solvent.
  • 8. – refers to the amount of solute being dissolved in a given amount of solvent at particular temperature. CLASSIFIED INTO TWO: - solute dissolve easily into the solvent. Example: sugar and salt, and water. – solutes does not dissolve easily to solvent. Example: rocks, sand, rice grains, corn and pebbles, and water.
  • 9. - Stirring using spoons can dissolve the solute faster. - it causes the particles of liquid to move faster and farther apart and come in solid particles faster. - solid particles dissolve easily in hot liquid. - example: creamer dissolved faster in hot liquid than cold one.
  • 10. - smaller particles dissolved faster in liquid than the bigger particles. - Ex: chicken powder dissolve easily than chicken cube. - it determines whether they form solution. - Example; oil and water, they did not form solution because they have different nature.
  • 11. – small amount of solute is dissolve. – large amount of solute is dissolve. – much more solute in the solution than the solvent.
  • 12. – dissolving liquid, solid, or gaseous to liquid solvent. Example: brine (salt and water), alcohol (liquid to liquid), Cola (carbon dioxide gas and water) - alcohol is a miscible solution since they combined evenly with each other substances. Oil and water are called immiscible since they are not attracted to each other.
  • 13. – made by mixing two or more gases. Example: air (combination of carbon dioxide, oxygen, nitrogen and other gases) – mixing solid with solid, liquid and gas. Example: steel (carbon and iron) brass (zinc and copper)
  • 14. to the food such as salt and sugar solution – dissolve grease and stain in clothes (soaps) – tea, coffee, soft drinks – medicine we intake into the blood stream.