||Pure substance with one type of particle.
||Gold, iron, aluminum, mercury, oxygen
||A combination of the two or more elements in fixed proportion.
||Sugar, salt, carbon dioxide
||Two or more substances combined together.
||Salt water, orange juice, tap water, milk, chocolate chip cookie
||Mixtures that look as though they have only one set of properties.
||Apple juice, blue ink, cream soda, tap water
||Mixtures that contain two or more materials that are still visible.
||Raisin bread, chocolate chip cookie,
||A heterogeneous mixture in which the particles do not settle.
||A homogeneous mixture of two or more substances.
||Salt water, apple juice
||A heterogeneous mixture in which the particles settle slowly after mixing.
||Italian salad dressing, clay mixed with water, pulp orange juice
||An obviously heterogeneous mixture.
||A substance made op of one kind of matter that can combine chemically.
||Oxygen, gold, carbon dioxide, pure water