Separating mixtures

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Separating mixtures

  1. 1. A. Match the boxes to the left with the descriptions given below: B _____ 1. Element C _____ 2. Compound B. A _____ 3. Mixture of elements E _____ 4. Mixture of compounds D C. D. _____ 5. Mixture of compounds & elements Which of the boxes to the left (there may be more than one correct box) contain: A, B _____ 6. Only atoms, no molecules C, E _____ 7. Only molecules, no separate E. atoms D _____ 8. Both atoms and molecules
  2. 2. Review Mixtures Homogeneous Heterogeneous
  3. 3. Separating Mixtures Separate the parts of the mixture Not the linked up atoms Separated physically or mechanically
  4. 4. Different Ways to Separate Mixtures Straining
  5. 5. Different Ways to Separate Mixtures Magnets
  6. 6. Different Ways to Separate Mixtures Dissolving
  7. 7. Different Ways to Separate Mixtures Evaporation
  8. 8. Different Ways to Separate Mixtures Density

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