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=Substance and Type of Substances

=Mixture, Homogeneous Mixtures, Heterogeneous mixtures

=Solution, Properties of Solution

=Suspension, Properties of Suspension

=Colloid, Properties of Colloid

=Tyndall Effect

=Method of Separating the Component of Mixture

=obtain the coloured component (dye) from a ink

=Use of separating funnel

=Sublimation

=Centrifugation

=Chromatography

=Method of Simple Distillation

=Method of Fractional Distillation

=Obtain Different Gases from Air

=Crystallisation, Application of Crystallisation

=Physical Change

=Chemical Change

=Diagram of water purification system

=Differentiate between mixtures and compounds.

=Classification table of matter.

 

What is a pure substance? Name the types of pure substances.

What is a pure substance? Name the types of pure substances.
Answer: Any substance is said to be pure if and only if it is made up of single type of particles means all the particles of that substance should be of same chemical nature. For example water, sugar, salt, Sodium, Tin etc.
There are two types of pure substances that are Elements and Compounds.
Examples of elements are: Iron, Silver, Gold, Mercury etc.
Examples of compounds are: Water, Carbon dioxide, methane, vinegar etc.



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