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a solution has 2 components
solute
solvent
over __ diff. compounds are known, most are..
10 million; organic
chem form
carbon dioxide
table salt
carbon monoxide
water
glucose
CO2
NaCl
CO
H20
C6H1206
the ... of elements in a compound dont' change or hyou have changed the compound
proportion
solutions
a uniform mix of two or more substances which are not chemically bonded and therefore, unlike compounds, each component retains its original identity and properties
solute
the vcomponent which disappears ; whose phase is changed. only if both componets are the same phase, the solute is the one in lesser quanitiy
solvent
the component which remains unchanged. only if both components are the same phase, the solvent is the one in the greater quanity
when 2 liquids are mixed there are 2 words whicgh can descrie their ineraction together
miscible: 2 liquids dissolve in each other completely and mix
immiscible: if the two liquids do not dissolve in each other and form 2 disticnt layers
heterogenous substances :
are always mixtures
3 chara of hetero
they are not uniform in compisition
there is more than one phase resent
95% of all things in the universe are mixtures
symbols
iron
lead
silver
gold
Fe
Pb
Ag
Au
sodium
copper
potassium
mercury
Na
Cu
K
Hg
compounds
substances composed of more than one type of atom chemically joined
2 chara. of compounds
1. can be changed to other compounds and separated by chemical reations and doln't require nuclear reactions
2. compounds have unique properties and don't have the same props of the elemetns which make it up