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Atom
Particles which cannot be broken down during physical or chemical changes. Also called an element.
Boiling
The change of state when liquid turns into a vapor.
Concentrated
A solution that contains a large amount of solute in a solvent.
Condensation
The change of state from vapor to a liquid
Dilute
A weak solution. It is the opposite of concentrated.
Dissolve
When a solute goes into a solution.
Heterogeneous
More than one substance is visible in a mixture.

Example: Vegetable soup
Homogeneous
Only one substance is visible in the mixture

Example: Chocolate milk
Saturated solution
A solution that has dissolved all of the solute that it is able to at a certain temperature.
Matter
Anything that has mass and takes up space>

Example: pencils, people, rocks
Dilute solutions
A solution with a small amount of solute.

Example: Juice after we mixed in 3 cans of water
Concentrated solutions
A solution with a high amount of solvent.

Example: A can of orange juice in the freezer
Saturated solution
A solution in which all of the spaces between the particles of the solvent are full. Adding more solvent will make spaces for the solute.
Alloy
A metal made of two or more solids
Colloid
Particles that mix together but not dissolved.