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Unformatted text preview: Can be broken down by chemical means! Mixtures: two or more substances that have not combined chemically (only physically combined) Do not have a unique, defined set of chemical and physical properties Can be separated by physical means Homogeneous Mixtures: uniform throughout, no distinguishable parts (gaseous samples are always homogeneous) Heterogeneous Mixtures: not uniform throughout, has distinguishable parts. Practice: Classify each example of matter. a. Zinc ______ b. Copper wire ______ c. Brass (an alloy) ______ d. Oil & vinegar ______ e. Granite (an ore) ______ f. Water ______ g. Carbon dioxide ______ h. Diamond ______ i. Mix of oats and candy ______ j. Calcium chloride ______ k. Aluminum foil ______ Conclusions:...
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This note was uploaded on 01/01/2012 for the course CHEM 101 taught by Professor Donahue during the Spring '11 term at Long Island U..
- Spring '11