Matter and Changes Review Guide Part 1 (The Front Page of the Worksheet)

  1. -A sample of matter with both definite and constant composition.
    Pure Substance
  2. -The product of a random distribution of one substance through another without any chemical reaction.
    Mixture
  3. -A mixture has a uniform composition throughout.
    Homogenous
  4. -A mixture contains components in different phases.
    Heterogenous
  5. -A usually irreversible chemical reaction involving the rearrangement of the atoms of one or more substances and a change in their chemical properties or composition.
    Chemical Change
  6. -A usually reversible change in the physical properties of a substance , as size or shape.
    Physical Change
  7. Determine if the following are a pure substance or mixture? Then determine whether it's an element, compound, homogenous, or heterogenous.

    Aluminum Sulfide (Al₂S₃)
    • -Pure Substance 
    • -Compound
  8. Determine if the following are a pure substance or mixture? Then determine whether it's an element, compound, homogenous, or heterogenous.

    Soil
    • -Mixture
    • -Heterogenous
  9. Determine if the following are a pure substance or mixture? Then determine whether it's an element, compound, homogenous, or heterogenous.

    Carbon Monoxide (CO)
    • -Pure Substance
    • -Compound
  10. Determine if the following are a pure substance or mixture? Then determine whether it's an element, compound, homogenous, or heterogenous.

    Carbon Dioxide (CO₂)
    • -Pure Substance 
    • -Compound
  11. Determine if the following are a pure substance or mixture? Then determine whether it's an element, compound, homogenous, or heterogenous.


    Sugar chemical-formula-of-sucrose-also-known-as-table-sugar
    • -Pure Substance 
    • -Compound
  12. Determine if the following are a pure substance or mixture? Then determine whether it's an element, compound, homogenous, or heterogenous.

    Air
    • -Mixture 
    • -Homogenous
  13. Determine if the following are a pure substance or mixture? Then determine whether it's an element, compound, homogenous, or heterogenous.

    Water
    • -Pure Substance
    • -Homogenous
  14. Determine if the following are a pure substance or mixture? Then determine whether it's an element, compound, homogenous, or heterogenous.

    Magnesium (Mg)
    • -Pure Substance
    • -Element
  15. Determine if the following are a pure substance or mixture? Then determine whether it's an element, compound, homogenous, or heterogenous.

    Methane1200-508788657-methane-molecular-model
    • -Pure Substance
    • -Compound
  16. Determine if the following are a pure substance or mixture? Then determine whether it's an element, compound, homogenous, or heterogenous.

    **Sodium Chloride, NaCl (aq)
    • -Mixture 
    • -Homogenous
  17. Determine if the following are a pure substance or mixture? Then determine whether it's an element, compound, homogenous, or heterogenous.

    Aluminum (Al)
    • -Pure Substance
    • -Element
  18. Determine if the following are a pure substance or mixture? Then determine whether it's an element, compound, homogenous, or heterogenous.

    Manganese (Mn)
    • -Pure Substance 
    • -Element
  19. Determine if the following are a pure substance or mixture? Then determine whether it's an element, compound, homogenous, or heterogenous.

    Ammonia mfcd00011418-medium
    • -Pure Substance
    • -Compound
  20. In the separating mixtures lab, what substance will be found in the bottom beaker after the sand and salt water solution was filtered?
    Salt Water
  21. How would you recover the salt from a mixture of salt and water?
    Evaporation
  22. Determine if the following are a physical or chemical change:

    1. Ice melting
    2. Rusting Iron
    3. Use of a battery
    • 1. Physical 
    • 2. Chemical
    • 3. Chemical
  23. Determine if the following are a physical or chemical change: 

    1. Combustion
    2. Water boiling
    3. Dissolving a sugar cube in coffee
    • 1. Chemical
    • 2. Physical
    • 3. Physical
  24. Determine if the following are a physical or chemical change: 

    1. Rusting of a car
    2. Burning of gasoline
    3. Digestion of food in your stomach
    • 1. Chemical
    • 2. Chemical
    • 3. Chemical
  25. Determine if the following are a physical or chemical change: 

    1.
    1. Chemical
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