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Elements, Compounds and Mixtures

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Elements, Compounds and Mixtures
1 What is an Element? Answer
2 What is a Compound? Answer
3 What is a Mixture? Answer


Separation Techniques
4 When would you use Filtration? Answer
5 What is a Residue? Answer
6 What is a Filtrate? Answer
7 What is a Solute? Answer
8 What is a Solvent? Answer
9 How do you grow Crystals? Answer
10 How do you Separate a Mixture of Liquids? Answer
11 What is Paper Chromatography? Answer


Solid, Liquid and Gas
12 What is a Melting Point? Answer
13 What is a Freezing Point? Answer
14 What does Condense mean? Answer
15 What is Sublimation? Answer
16 Are the Particles in a Solid Free to Move? Answer
17 Are the Particles in a Liquid Free to Move? Answer
18 Is there a Force of Attraction between Particles in a Gas? Answer
19 Can a Solid be Compressed? Answer
20 Can a Liquid be Compressed? Answer
21 Can a Gas be Compressed? Answer
22 Is Boiling Exothermic? Answer
23 Is Freezing Exothermic? Answer

24 Why do Smoke Particles have a Jerky Motion? Answer
25 What is Diffusion? Answer
26 Why does Diffusion appear to be  Slow? Answer
27 Why do some Particles Diffuse Faster than Others? Answer

Chemical and Physical Properties
28 What are Chemical Properties? Answer
29 How do Chemical Properties relate to the Periodic Table? Answer
30 Give two Physical Properties? Answer
31 What is the Difference between Irritant and Corrosive? Answer


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