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What is a Chemical change?
A change that can't be reversed
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What is a solvent?
A liquid in which a solute dissolves
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What is a solute?
The substance that dissolves into a solvent
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Name 2 different solvents and solutes
(what you could've said) Water and salt, tea and sugar
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What is the smallest amount of substance that can still retain all the features of the substance?
Atom
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What is the symbol for irritant?
A cross and a small 'i'
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What is the skull and crossbones a symbol for?
Poisonous
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What colour are Non-metals on the periodic table?
It depends
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What is a reversible change called?
A physical change
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What is the flame of the bunsen burner called when the air hole is open?
Roaring flame
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What is the flame of the bunsen burner called when it is half open?
Blue flame
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