Chemistry ninth edition by Kenneth W. Whitten

By Kenneth W. Whitten

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The first ice that forms is quite pure. The dissolved solids tend to stay behind in the remaining liquid. Suppose we have a sample of muddy river water (a heterogeneous mixture). We might first separate the suspended dirt from the liquid by filtration. Then we could remove dissolved air by warming the water. Dissolved solids might be removed by cooling the sample until some of it freezes, pouring off the liquid, and then melting the ice. Other dissolved components might be separated by distillation or other methods.

The dissolved solids tend to stay behind in the remaining liquid. Suppose we have a sample of muddy river water (a heterogeneous mixture). We might first separate the suspended dirt from the liquid by filtration. Then we could remove dissolved air by warming the water. Dissolved solids might be removed by cooling the sample until some of it freezes, pouring off the liquid, and then melting the ice. Other dissolved components might be separated by distillation or other methods. Eventually we would obtain a sample of pure water that could not be further separated by any physical separation methods.

All chemical properties are intensive properties. Because no two different substances have identical sets of chemical and physical properties under the same conditions, we can identify and distinguish among different substances. , copper(II) sulfate), and reacts violently with sodium (Figure 1-9). Table 1-2 compares several physical properties of a few substances. A sample of any of these substances can be distinguished from the others by observing their properties. Many compilations of chemical and physical properties of matter can be found on the internet.

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