Fifth Grade Mixtures And Solutions Post-test

20 Questions  I  By Sbandres on March 26, 2012
Mixtures and solutions pre-test

  
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1.  The process of a material becoming incorporated uniformly into another or mixing together evenly.
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2.  To turn into gas, like water into water vapor
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3.  A gradual chemical change that takes place without oxygen, caused by organisms such as bacteria or yeast.
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4.  The chemical processes that take place in a living cell or organism.
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5.  A substance containing two or more materials with different properties.
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6.  An arrangement of the elements that provides information about their properties.
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7.  A solid material that forms during a chemical reaction.
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8.  A characteristic of an object that can be observed, such as size, color, shape, or texture.
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9.  A solution in which as much solute as possible has been dissolved.
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10.  Capable of being dissolved.
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11.  A special mixture formed when one or more materials dissolves in another.
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12.  The process of treating rubber chemically in order to give it useful properties such as strength and temperature stability.
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13.  The smallest particle of an element.
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14.  The attachment between two atoms in a molecule.
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15.  A person trained in chemistry.
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16.  A substance made of two or more elements that are chemically combined.
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17.  The relative amount of a substance in a mixture.
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18.  The ratio of the mass of a material in proportion to its volume.
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19.  To make a solution less concentrated, usually by adding more liquid.
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20.  The solid form of a material that can be identified by its natural shape or pattern.
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