Classification

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Classification
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2012-09-18 22:43:32
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  1. Homo/Hetero:

    Gasoline
    homogeneous
  2. Homo/Hetero:

    Dirt
    Homogeneous
  3. Homo/Hetero:

    Smog
    Heterogeneous
  4. Homo/Hetero:

    Alcohol
    Homogeneous
  5. Homo/Hetero:

    A new nail
    homogeneous
  6. Homo/Hetero:

    Vinegar
    homogeneous
  7. Homo/Hetero:

    ice cubes in water
    Heterogeneous
  8. Homo/Hetero:

    Aerosol Spray
    heterogeneous
  9. Homo/Hetero:

    Air
    heterogeneous
  10. Homo/Hetero:

    Rusty old nail
    heterogeneous
  11. Compound/Element:

    carbon monoxide
    compound
  12. Compound/Element:

    hydrogen
    element
  13. Compound/Element:

    iron
    element
  14. Compound/Element:

    hydrogen peroxide
    compound
  15. Compound/Element:

    Aspirin
    compound
  16. Compound/Element:

    titanim dioxide
    compound
  17. Compound/Element:

    ammonia
    compound
  18. Compound/Element:

    sodium bicarbonate
    compound
  19. Compound/Element:

    stannous flouride
    compound
  20. Compound/Element:

    titanium
    element
  21. Physical/Chemical:

    ductile
    physical
  22. Physical/Chemical:

    expandable
    physical
  23. Physical/Chemical:

    brittle
    physical
  24. Physical/Chemical:

    red
    chemical
  25. Physical/Chemical:

    stretchable
    physical
  26. Physical/Chemical:

    flammable
    chemical
  27. Physical/Chemical:

    pourous
    physical
  28. Physical/Chemical:

    dense
    physical
  29. Physical/Chemical:

    pungent
    both
  30. Physical/Chemical:

    bitter
    chemical
  31. Physical/Chemical:

    corrosive
    chemical
  32. Physical/Chemical:

    burnable
    chemical
  33. Physical/Chemical:

    tarnishable
    chemical
  34. Physical/Chemical:

    stable
    chemical
  35. Physical/Chemical:

    soluble
    physical
  36. Physical/Chemical:

    bendable
    physical
  37. Physical/Chemical:

    unreactive
    chemical
  38. Physical/Chemical:

    shiny
    physical
  39. Physical/Chemical:

    rusty
    chemical
  40. colorless
    chemical
  41. Intensive/ Extensive:

    density
    intensive
  42. Intensive/ Extensive:

    mass
    extensive
  43. Intensive/ Extensive:

    size
    extensive
  44. Intensive/ Extensive:

    color
    intensive
  45. Intensive/ Extensive:

    volume
    extensive
  46. Intensive/ Extensive:

    brittle
    intensive
  47. Intensive/ Extensive:

    flammable
    intensive
  48. Intensive/ Extensive:

    melting point
    intensive
  49. Chemical/Physical Change:

    frying of an egg
    chemical
  50. Chemical/Physical Change:

    vaporization of dry ice
    chemical
  51. Chemical/Physical Change:

    boiling of water
    physical
  52. Chemical/Physical Change:

    burning of gasoline
    chemical
  53. Chemical/Physical Change:

    breaking of glass
    physical
  54. Chemical/Physical Change:

    fermentation of apple cider
    chemical
  55. Chemical/Physical Change:

    compression of a spring
    physical
  56. Chemical/Physical Change:

    grinding of a stone
    physical
  57. Chemical/Physical Change:

    window that has broken
    physical
  58. Chemical/Physical Change:

    zinc reacts with sulfur to form zinc sulfide
    chemical
  59. Exothermic/Endothermic:

    decay of a tree
    endothermic
  60. Exothermic/Endothermic:

    melting of ice
    endothermic
  61. Exothermic/Endothermic:

    the change in an egg when it is fried
    endothermic
  62. Exothermic/Endothermic:

    condensation of steam
    exothermic
  63. Exothermic/Endothermic:

    curing of freshly poured cement
    endothermic
  64. Exothermic/Endothermic:

    when salt dissolves in water the liquid cools
    endothermic

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