A __________ is matter containing two or more substances.
In a __________ mixture it is possible to identify each part of the mixture, such as in a salad. In a __________ mixture it is not possible to identify each individual component, as in air.
1) Heterogenous 2) Homogenous
__________ is the process of separating a solid or a precipitate from a liquid by whirling the mixture at a very high speed.
__________ is the process of separating a liquid from a precipitate or a solid by carefully pouring off the liquid and leaving behind the solid.
__________ is the process by which a liquid is brought to its boiling point, vaporized, the condensed and collected.
__________ is the process of separating one substance from another because it has a greater solubility in a different solvent.
__________ is the process of removing a solid or a precipitate from a liquid by using a porous barrier, membrane, paper filter, etc. to prevent the movement of the solid or precipitate through the barrier.
__________ is the process whereby a solid changes directly into a as without a liquid phase being present.