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  1. Classification of Matter Mixtures vs Pure Substances

  2. Classification of Matter While in your groups define the following terms: 1) Mixture 2) Pure Substance 3) Compound 4) Element 5) Heterogeneous 6) Homogeneous • 2 or more properties • Only 1 set of properties • 2 or more combined atoms • Only 1 type of atom • Visible mixture • Uniform mixture

  3. Classification of Matter MATTER Mixtures Pure Substances Fluid mixtures • Solid Mixture 4) Solutions 2) Colloids 6) Compounds 3) Suspensions 5) Elements Aerosols Emulsions Gels

  4. Classification of Matter What is a colloid? What is a suspension? How are they different from a solution? Use a classroom book to answer the above questions

  5. Classification of Matter

  6. Classification of Matter List an example of each below: Element  Zinc Compound  Carbon Dioxide Solution  Stained glass Solid Mixture  Granite Suspensions  Pulpy Orange Juice Colloids  Milk, Jell-O, Hair Spray In one minute I will unveil possible answers. Then we will be treated to a song feel free to sing a long.

  7. Matter Matter is anything That takes up space and has some mass. It comes in many forms like solid liquid or a gas. Water, gold and salt… well they are substances for sure… there’s no Physical way to break them down , So they are classified as Pure

  8. Matter  Chorus Matter… Does it matter? HEY… matter means a lot! Matter is the only stuff we got.

  9. Matter Substances are either, compounds or elements…you can break down compounds chemically ., But with elements you can’t. Put substances together, and a mixture is what you get Mixtures are either hetero, or homogeneous.

  10. Matter  Chorus Matter… Does it matter? HEY… matter means a lot! Matter is the only stuff we got.

  11. Matter Mixtures are homogeneous, when they’re uniform throughout. Solutions like salt in water Are examples without a doubt. Mixtures are heterogeneous That lack uniformity, Like a mixture of dirt and water, That’s as clear as mud to me.

  12. Matter  Chorus Matter… Does it matter? HEY… matter means a lot! Matter is the only stuff we got.

  13. Matter  Chorus Matter… Does it matter? HEY… matter means a lot! Matter is the only stuff we got.

  14. MATTER IS EVERYWHERE It is anything that takes up space and has mass.