Chemistry - Atoms and molecules glossary
Atoms and molecules glossary
Tiny particles that make up all things.
Separation of a solid from a liquid by spinning them rapidly until the
solid is stuck to the bottom.
Combinations of different types of atoms.
Separation of two immiscible liquids by waiting until they separate and
then pouring off the top layer.
To break into component parts when mixed with a (liquid or gas) solvent.
Separation of gases by gradually cooling them until one becomes a liquid
while the others remain gaseous.
Small negatively charged particle within atoms.
A substance made up of only one type of atom.
A mixture of immiscible liquids in which one forms small droplets
suspended in the other.
Converting a liquid to a gas by heating it.
Separation of a solid from a liquid by passing it through a mesh or
Liquids or gases that cannot be mixed or spontaneously separate once
Unable to dissolve.
Liquids or gases that cannot be mixed and do not spontaneously separate
Combinations of two or more atoms.
Made out of more than one type of molecule.
A neutrally charged particle in the nucleus of atoms.
Separating dissolved substances based on the rate at which they travel
through a piece of paper.
When a dissolved substance becomes insoluble.
A positively charged particle in the nucleus of atoms.
Made out of only one type of molecule.
Material which is dissolved in a solvent.
A mixture of dissolvent solid particles and a (liquid or gas) solvent.
A liquid or gas in which material is dissolved.
A mixture of insoluble solid particles in a liquid or gas.
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