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SECOND PERIOD

1st indicator:
Mixtures and
Solutions

Objective
To identify energy as the ability to move or
change things to realize that without it we
couldnt perform daily activities.
Learning objective:
Recognize mixtures and combinations to identify the
appropriate separation method.
Biblical principle
Genesis 1:18
And to rule over the day and over the night,
and to divide the light from the darkness: and
God saw that it was good.

VOCABULARY
Mixture:

when two or more substances are combined.

Solution: One substance dissolves in the other.


Homogeneous: have one phase and uniform composition.
Heterogeneous: have more than one phase and a non

uniform composition.
Composition: theresultingstateorproduct.
Dissolve: tomakeasolutionof,asbymixingwithaliquid.
Amount: Quantity ormeasure
Phase: A state
Saturated: have the maximum amount of solute
dissolved in them

Moses
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjJi6mu_Rg0

Exodus 14:21
And Moses stretched out his hand over the sea; and
the LORD
caused the sea to go back by a strong east wind all
that
night, and made the sea dry land, and the waters
were divided

Mixture
A mixture is made when two or more
substances are combined.
GENERAL PROPERTIES OF A MIXTURE:
The components of a mixture can be
easily separated
The components each keep their original
properties
The proportion of the components is
variable

TYPES OF MIXTURES
HOMOGENEOUS:

used to describe substances that look the


same throughout. homogeneous
substances have one phase and uniform
composition.
HETEROGENEOUS:

used to describe substances in which you


can see more than one color or type of
matter. heterogeneous substances have
more than one phase and a nonuniform
composition.

Solutions
Is where one of the substances dissolves in the

other. The substance that dissolves is called


the solute. The substance that does not
dissolve is called the solvent.
Solutions are often classified as being either
saturated
unsaturated
supersaturated.
it is important to note that all of these solutions
will still be clear and homogeneous.

SATURATED SOLUTIONS

have the maximum amount of solute dissolved


in them. no more solute can be made to
dissolve.
UNSATURATED SOLUTIONS

have less than the maximum amount of solute


dissolved in them.
SUPERSATURATED SOLUTIONS

have more than the maximum amount of


solute dissolved in them. this is not normally
possible.

Others Mixtures
SUSPENSIONS:

are heterogeneous mixtures of a solid and a


liquid in which the solid does not dissolve.
EMULSIONS:

are a special type of suspension. this mixture


consists of two liquids that do not mix.
since the liquids do not mix, emulsions are
heterogeneous.

Watch the video activity in


class

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOqH5
ktwoDE
-Write 5 examples of Mixtures and 5
Mixtures
Solutions

examples of solutions and share your


- examples with the class
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Workshop
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