Flocabulary: Mixtures & Compounds
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  • Question 1
    20 seconds
    Q. Which two types of matter are pure substances?
    answer choices
    homogenous mixtures and elements 
    solutions and compounds
    elements and compounds
    mixtures and elements
  • Question 2
    20 seconds
    Q. Unlike an element, a(n) ________ may be separated through a physical process like filtration.
    answer choices
    mixture
    compound
    atom
    molecule
  • Question 3
    20 seconds
    Q. Mixtures that have the same composition throughout are ________.
    answer choices
    heterogenous
    homogenous
    pure substances
    elements
  • Question 4
    20 seconds
    Q. Which of the following describes a heterogeneous mixture?
    answer choices
    carbon monoxide (CO)
    sand
    sulfur
    milk
  • Question 5
    20 seconds
    Q. To form brass, copper and zinc combine but do not chemically bond. Brass is a(n)________.
    answer choices
    atom
    element
    compound
    mixture
  • Question 6
    30 seconds
    Q. Sulfur dioxide is a smelly, toxic gas. It is made of the elements sulfur and oxygen and cannot be physically separated. Sulfur dioxide is represented by the chemical formula SO . Sulfur dioxide is a(n) ________.
    answer choices
    element
    compound
    heterogeneous mixture
    solution
  • Question 7
    30 seconds
    Q. Beryllium appears on the periodic table with the symbol Be. It may bond with sulfurto form the compound BeS. Beryllium is a(n) ________.
    answer choices
    element
    compound
    heterogeneous mixture
    solution
  • Question 8
    30 seconds
    Q. Cracker jacks contain peanuts and popcorn. Eve hates peanuts, so she picks out the popcorn and leaves the peanuts in the bowl. Based on this description, cracker jacks are a(n) ________.
    answer choices
    atom
    element
    compound
    mixture
  • Question 9
    30 seconds
    Q. In the lab, Mr. Little is using a substance that has the same composition throughout. He separates the substance into a liquid and solid using a physical process. Based on this description, Mr. Little's substance is a(n) ________.
    answer choices
    element
    compound
    solution
    heterogeneous mixture
  • Question 10
    20 seconds
    Q. Lemonade contains lemon juice and sugar dissolved in water. What is the solvent in lemonade?
    answer choices
    water
    lemon juice
    sugar
    There is no solvent in lemonade
  • Question 11
    20 seconds
    Q. What is an alloy?
    answer choices
     a type of sand
    a mixture of gases
    a mixture of metals
    a heterogeneous solution
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