Identifying Homogenous and Heterogenous Mixture 7 D 2 Cil’ Junior High School

GROUP 4 Azi .F.F Dewi .u.k

Elaeis .H.J M.Egypt .P Renandy .F.K

THEORY If HOMOGENOUS mixed with water, they’re will mixed flat. But, if HETEROGENOUS mixed with water, they’re will

Tools & Materials 1. 2 FOOD COLORS (GREEN & RED)

2. 2 SPOONS 3. A GLASS OF WATER

4. 5 GLASSES AQUA

5. SUGAR, SALT, CHALK
POWDER, SAND AND COFFEE

PROCEDURES

1. Take 5 glasses & mark them A, B, C, D & E

2. Fill the glasses with a half full of water

3. Put a spoonful of salt into glass A. Put food color (green) into glass A. It uses for mark between glass A, B or C.

4. Put a spoonful of sugar into glass B. Put food color (red) into glass B.

5. Put a spoonful of chalk powder into glass C

6. Put a spoonful of sand into glass D

7. Put a spoonful of coffee into glass E

8. Stir them!!!

9. Finish……….

CONCLUSION

No. Subtance 1 2 3 4 5 Salt Sugar

1. Table Observation
Mix
Homogenous Heterogenous

√ √ Chalk Powder− Sand Coffee − √

− − √ √ −

2. Glass A, B & E are mixture because they’re HOMOGENOUS. 3. Glass C & D aren’t mixture because they’re HETEROGENOUS.

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