Classifying Matter Scavenger Hunt

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Published on December 5, 2009

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Classifying Matter Scavenger Hunt : Classifying Matter Scavenger Hunt By: Maricar Tamayo Period ½ I chose a pencil as an example of an element because a pencil is made not only from Lead but also from Carbon and many other elements. : I chose a pencil as an example of an element because a pencil is made not only from Lead but also from Carbon and many other elements. I chose ice as an example of a compound because it is made of more than one element. An element that is used to make ice is for example Hydrogen. Ice melts if in heated up temperatures. : I chose ice as an example of a compound because it is made of more than one element. An element that is used to make ice is for example Hydrogen. Ice melts if in heated up temperatures. And the second example I used to demonstrate a compound is a bar of soap. I used a bar of soap because it as well uses more than one element to be made and when soap is mixed with water, it becomes smaller in size. : And the second example I used to demonstrate a compound is a bar of soap. I used a bar of soap because it as well uses more than one element to be made and when soap is mixed with water, it becomes smaller in size. I used a raisin bagel to demonstrate a mixture because it is mixed with bread and raisin. And it is also visible to see the raisins coming out of the bread. : I used a raisin bagel to demonstrate a mixture because it is mixed with bread and raisin. And it is also visible to see the raisins coming out of the bread. For one of my examples for a mixture, I used a candle because a candle is mixed in with plastic and a paraffin gel made from elements. : For one of my examples for a mixture, I used a candle because a candle is mixed in with plastic and a paraffin gel made from elements. I used these peaches as an example in a mixture because the peaches are floating at the top while the juice/water is laying at the bottom of the bowl. : I used these peaches as an example in a mixture because the peaches are floating at the top while the juice/water is laying at the bottom of the bowl. To demonstrate heterogeneous mixture, I used lip gloss. I used this lip gloss because it has glitter in it which means that glitter was mixed into the regular gloss and you can see it clearly. : To demonstrate heterogeneous mixture, I used lip gloss. I used this lip gloss because it has glitter in it which means that glitter was mixed into the regular gloss and you can see it clearly. I used salad as an example for a heterogeneous mixture. As you can see, there are multiple vegetables mixed in the bag that you can see very clearly. : I used salad as an example for a heterogeneous mixture. As you can see, there are multiple vegetables mixed in the bag that you can see very clearly. A homogeneous example I used was puffy paint. When you look at it when it’s in the bottle, it’s very milky looking and you don’t see any particles floating around in them. : A homogeneous example I used was puffy paint. When you look at it when it’s in the bottle, it’s very milky looking and you don’t see any particles floating around in them. I used dish washing soap as an example to demonstrate a homogeneous mixture because it’s see-through and it’s clear and you can’t see any other particles floating in them except bubbles at the top. : I used dish washing soap as an example to demonstrate a homogeneous mixture because it’s see-through and it’s clear and you can’t see any other particles floating in them except bubbles at the top.

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