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When is a sample of matter considered a pure substance?
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Weegy: Objects that take up space and have mass are called matter. Everything around you is made up of matter. Chocolate cake is made up of matter.
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A sample of matter is considered a pure substance when it consists of only one kind of molecule: e.g. water with nothing else in it.
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When is a sample of matter considered a pure substance?
Weegy: Once it has only one element in it, it is pure. (We hope weegy was able to help you today! Have a great one! :) (More)
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A sample of matter is considered a pure substance when it consists of only one kind of molecule: e.g. water with nothing else in it.
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what are three examples of physical change?
Weegy: At Room Temperature, Iron Is A Solid And Mercury Is A Liquid. ... The Specific Temperature At Which A Substance Changes From A Liquid To A Gas Is An Example Of A Chemical Bond? ... [ ] User: What are three examples of physical change and three examples of chemical change? (More)
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Examples of Physical Changes - crumpling a sheet of paper,melting an ice cube and breaking a bottle.
Examples of Chemical Changes - burning wood,dissolving salt in water and digesting food.
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