Monday, 4 August 2014

Mixtures vs. Compounds

The ingredients of a cake can be described as a mixture (before it is baked). If we had the equipment, we could separate the ingredients again. After it is baked, though, we cannot separate the ingredients. Why?

We did an experiment where we mixed some iron and sulfur, then heated them which made a new substance, called iron sulfide.

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