RED 1 What are the propertiescharacteristics of metals

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RED 1. What are the properties/characteristics of metals? 2. What are the properties/characteristics of

RED 1. What are the properties/characteristics of metals? 2. What are the properties/characteristics of nonmetals? 3. What are the properties/characteristics of metalloids? 4. What is a pure substance? Is compound or an element? 5. What is a mixture? 6. What are the single particles in an element? compound? 7. What is matter?

PURPLE High School 1. Given a sample of an unknown substance what steps would

PURPLE High School 1. Given a sample of an unknown substance what steps would you use to determine its identity. 2. What do you create when you combine two atoms of elements? 3. What type of change separates a mixture? A compound? 4. Why can’t we ever find a sample of of an element by itself? 5. What is the difference between a solute and a solvent? 6. You have a solution that has 5 parts KCl and 10 parts H 20 and a solution that is 15 parts KCL and 20 parts H 20. Which solution is more concentrated? How do you know?

ORANGE High School 1. How does crushing a solut increase its solubility? 2. Why

ORANGE High School 1. How does crushing a solut increase its solubility? 2. Why is it easier to dissolve sugar in hot coffee, than in iced coffee? 3. How would you determine if a substance was a solution, suspension, or a colloid? 4. When two poisonous elements combine is the new compound poisonous? (Yes or No) Why? 5. What is the difference between a heterogenous and homogenous mixture?

BLUE Identify the following as solution, suspension, or colloid? 1. Muddy Water 2. Salt

BLUE Identify the following as solution, suspension, or colloid? 1. Muddy Water 2. Salt Water 3. Lemonade 4. Gelatin 5. Milk 6. Snow Globe 7. Butter

BROWN Identify the following diagrams: A B C 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Element

BROWN Identify the following diagrams: A B C 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Element and a compound Compound 2 compounds 2 elements D

YELLOW Classify the following as a heterogeneous or homogeneous mixture. 1. Mixture that scatters

YELLOW Classify the following as a heterogeneous or homogeneous mixture. 1. Mixture that scatters light 2. Mixture easily filtered 3. Mixtures that does not scatter light 4. Mixture appears to be made of one substance. 5. Mixture that settles over time 6. Mixture made of small particles 7. Mixture made of larger particles

PINK High School 1. Which of the following is most soluble at the lowest

PINK High School 1. Which of the following is most soluble at the lowest temperature? 2. Which compound is least affected by the change in temperature? 3. What temperature would you find KCl super saturated, unsaturated, saturated?

GREEN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 38 dag = _______hg 0. 8 dg

GREEN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 38 dag = _______hg 0. 8 dg = _______kg 5 m = ____cm 24 l = _____dl 100 C = _____ F High School 32 F = _____ C High School