Classification of substances

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The three states of matter are , and .
Filtration, evaportation, distillaition and chromatography are methods of .
All known elements are listed in the table.
When elements combine to form they may lose their individual .
Metallic elements conduct and .
Cu, Zn, Al, Fe, Ag and Au are all elements.
C, O, S, H and N are all non- elements.
Solder, steel, brass and bronze are all mixtures of metals called .
The coblat chloride (or anhydrous copper sulfate) test is for the presence of .
A solution with very little solute is .
A solution with a lot of solute is .
A solution which cannot hold any more solvent is .
Saturated copper sulfate (or alum) can be used to grow .
Solutions can be classified as , or neutral depending on their reaction with or solution.
Lemon juice and vinegar are examples of everyday .