Match the following:
1) No chemical change takes place and each item retains its properties.
2) A chemical change does take place and properties are different from the elements they are made from.
Classification of Matter:
Samples of matter can include anything that has mass and volume and take up space. They can be classified into different groups on the basis of how their components can be separated from one another. The use of physical methods of separation, such as magnetism or distillation, when isolating their components allows matter to be classified as a mixture. Otherwise, it is considered as a pure substance.
Answer and Explanation: 1
We can match the given information as follows:
- In a mixture, no chemical change takes place and each item retains its properties (a) matches to 1)).
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Learn about mixtures of elements and compounds, understand how a compound differs from a mixture, and view examples of mixtures found in everyday life.