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sol-u-ble
to be able to be dissolved, esspecially in water.
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In-sol-u-ble
to not be able to be dissolved,especially in water.
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sol-vent
to be able to dissolve other substances.
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sol-ute
the solid that has disolved in a liquid to make a solution.
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so-lu-tion
when a solid has dissolved in a liquid.
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sat-u-rat-ed
something holding as much water as can be absorbed: a sponge
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filtering
seperating a liqiud from things that have not dissolved in it.
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residue
the solid that is left behind after filtering.
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opaque
not see-through.
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mixture
two elements that are not chemically bonded.
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chro-mo-to-gra-phy
chromotography is used to seperate mixtures of coloured or non-coloured substances that are soluble in the same solvent.
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o-ri-gin
origin line is drawn in pencil and is the line where dots of ink are placed.
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The 3 c's
Current, Coil, Core
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Magnetic Materials
Cobalt, Steel, Iron, Nickel
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Mrs Gren
Movement, Respiration, Sensitivity, Growth, Reproduction, Excrection, Nutrition
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Respiration Equation
Oxygen+ Glucose = Carbon dioxide+ Water + (energy)
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Respiration Definition
The transformation of stored chemical energy in food to useful energy for the body.
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Inhalation
the body takes in oxygen molecules. The intercoastal muscles relax, the rib cage moves up and out. The diaphram relaxes and moves down to make more roo for the lungs. To make room for the lungs the horax decreses, so we can take in more air.
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Exhalation
the body expells carbon dioxide molecules. The intercoastal muscles contract. the rib cage moves down and in, the diaphram contracts and makes a dome shape to expell more ait, the thorax becomes larger and the pressure increases.
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de-fu-sion
When a substance moves from a place with high concentration to a lower concentrated area.
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to not be able to be dissolved,especially in water.

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to be able to dissolve other substances.

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the solid that has disolved in a liquid to make a solution.

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when a solid has dissolved in a liquid.

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