A MIXTURE contains ____ particles mixed together in the same ____. The particles in the sample are NOT all identical. . Meanwhile, ____ particle in a PURE SAMPLE is____ to one another. The lack of different particles is what makes it ____. There are no other particles present to "____" the PURE SUBSTANCE. The composition of a MIXTURE ____ because different amounts of each ____ can be present in the MIXTURE. For example, one cup of coffee might have more sugar than another cup of coffee. Even though the____ can vary drastically, it can still be called "coffee". . The composition of a PURE SUBSTANCE is always the ____. For example, every WATER molecule in the universe contains ____ hydrogen atoms and ____ oxygen atom. This composition____ changes. ONE chemical symbol or formula can be used to represent ____ particle in a entire PURE SUBSTANCE because every particle is ____. Only the ____, large numbers written on the LEFT of the symbol/formula, change since they represent the QUANTITY of the particles in the sample. . A MIXTURE ____ be represented with ONE chemical symbol or formula because MIXTURES contain ____ components, each with their own symbol or formula. When representing the components of a MIXTURE, use the word "____" or a ____ to separate the different components. MIXTURES can be created by ____ different substances together into the same ____. The different components ____ bond together to form a new substance. They exist as unique, ____ substances even though they may appear as though they are one thing. . PURE SUBSTANCES can be either atoms or molecules. . Atoms can't be ____. . Molecules can be created but only by ____ atoms together through a ____ reaction. . No bonds form between the components of a ____. MIXTURES can easily be ____ into their various components. Once you identify ____ in the physical properties of the components, you can decide how to ____ pull them apart. . For instance, if one component is soluble in water and another is insoluble, you can ____ one in a solvent and "pull it away" from the other by passing it through a ____. The ____ component will pass through the pores of the filter paper and be collected in the container below. The ____ component remains trapped on top of the filter paper. A PURE SUBSTANCE that consists of individual ____ can't be broken down any more since it already consists of the ____ units (building ____ ) of matter. . A PURE SUBSTANCE that consists of molecules CAN be broken down into ____ atoms only through a ____ reaction since the bonds holding the atoms together must be ____.

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