Pure Substance vs Mixture

Difference between a Mixture and a Pure Substance

Mixture

A substance made by mixing other substances together.

Examples:

- Oil and water

- Lemon Juice and Tea

- Salt and Water

- Smog (Smoke and Fog)

- Air (Oxygen, Nitrogen, and other gasses)

Pure Substances

A pure chemical compound is a chemical substance that is composed of a particular set of molecules ions. Two or more elements combined into one substance through a chemical reaction from a chemical compound.

Examples:

- Hydrogen

-Carbon

-Gold

-Silver

-Nitrogen

-Oxygen

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Differences

Mixtures are physically combined structers that can be seperated into their original components. Pure substance retain their chemical identity.

By:

Kimberly Sanchez-Bueno

Viviana Ruelas

Kane Parson