MS-PS1-8: Substances and Mixtures
Plan and conduct an investigation to demonstrate that mixtures are combinations of substances.
Clarification Statement: Emphasis should be on analyzing the physical changes that occur as mixtures are formed and/or separated. Examples of common mixtures could include salt water, oil and vinegar, and air.
Assessment Boundary: Assessment is limited to separation by evaporation, filtration and magnetism.
Mixtures (e.g. salt water, oil and vinegar, air)
Separation (e.g. evaporation, filtration, magnetism)
Plan and conduct an investigation to demonstrate that mixtures are combinations of substances. (Patterns)
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