||Pure Substance with one type of particle.
||Zinc, Iron, Gold, Oxygen and Titanium
||A combination of two or more elements in fixed proportions
||Sugar, salt, pure distilled water and Carbon Dioxide
||Two or more substances combined together
||Salt water, orange juice (pulp), tap water, milk and choc. chip cookies.
||Mixtures that look like they only have one set of properties
||Food coloring, black coffee, sugar water, blue ink and tap water.
||A mixture that has two or more visible components
||Orange Juice (pulp), milk, choc. chip cookies, raisin bread and smoothies.
||A heterogeneous mixture in which particles do not settle and pass through filters.
||Mayonnaise and milk.
||A homogeneous mixture of two or more substances.
||Salt water and apple juice.
||A cloudy mixture in which tiny particles of one substance are held with another.
||Italian salad dressing, clay mixed with water and orange juice. (pulp)
||An obviously heterogeneous mixture.
||Pizza and Dirt.
||A substance made up of one kind of matter that can combine chemically.
||Oxygen, Gold, Pure Distilled Water, Carbon Dioxide and Zinc