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Pure Substances and Mixtures Science PowerPoint

A 30 slide editable PowerPoint Template for teaching a chemistry unit on pure substances, mixtures and separating techniques.

This Science PowerPoint includes:

  • teacher instruction slides on substances, physical and chemical properties, physical changes and chemical reactions, plus a review activity
  • teacher instruction slides on pure substances and mixtures (including solutions and suspensions), plus a review activity
  • teacher instruction slides on techniques for separating mixtures (including filtration, decantation, evaporation, crystallisation, chromatography and distillation), labelled diagrams for each technique, plus a review activity
  • summary slide

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Australian Curriculum alignment

Science > Year 7 > Science Understanding > Chemical sciences > ACSSU113
Mixtures, including solutions, contain a combination of pure substances that can be separated using a range of techniquesElaborationsrecognising the differences between pure substances and mixtures an...


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