CBSE Class 9 Science Is matter around us pure Notes

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Is matter around us pure Notes

Matters can be classified into two types – Pure substances and Impure substances.

Pure substances – Pure substances are of two types – Elements and Compounds.

Impure substances – All mixture are considered as impure substances.

Colour, odour, density, melting point and boiling point are often treated as physical properties of matter. The physical properties of a substance can be observed or measured without changing its composition. The term “impure” is different from adulteration. According to scientists, the term “pure” means single form of matter.


Most of the substances in our surroundings are not in their pure form and are called mixture. Substances which are made of two or more matters and which can be separated by physical methods are known as mixtures, such as mixture of salt and water, mixture of sugar and water, mixture of different gases, air, etc.

In a mixture, components do not combine chemically or through any chemical change. In a mixture, components do not lose their properties. Mixtures are of two types on the basis of their composition - Homogeneous mixture and Heterogeneous mixture.


Mixtures which have uniform composition throughout are called Homogeneous Mixture. For example – mixture of salt and water, mixture of sugar and water, air, lemonade, soda water, etc.

Mixture of salt in water is an example of homogeneous mixture. In this mixture, the boundary of salt and water cannot be differentiated. When a ray of light is passed through the mixture of salt and water, the path of light is not seen.

General Properties of Homogeneous Mixture:

* All solutions are the examples of homogeneous mixture.

* The particles of a homogeneous mixture are less the one nanometer.

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