Sequence of Separating Mixtures


Mind Map on Separating Mixtures, created by GABRIEL ANTONIO 6172 on 03/08/2016.
Mind Map by GABRIEL ANTONIO 6172, updated more than 1 year ago
Created by GABRIEL ANTONIO 6172 almost 8 years ago

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Sequence of Separating Mixtures
  1. First you have a mixture of pebbles, Agcl,water,a nickel,styro beads and alcohol.
    1. Then, using mecahnical separation (Your hands) pick up the pebbles from the mixture.
      1. Then, you notice that the styro beads have floated due to the process of flatation. You can now easily pick up the beads.
        1. Now, using magnetic separation, separate the pieces of nickel from the mixture. This is possible because nickel is a piece of metal.
          1. Now by this time only the liquids are left.
            1. This time to separate Agcl from the liquids, you can use a separating funnel to separate it from water and alcohol. This woukd happen because Agcl is insoluble in water and alcohol is soluble. Thus, the alcohol stayed with the water and the Agcl separated.
              1. Finally, to separate Alcohol and water, We can do the process of Distillation. This would separate the alcohol from the water completely.
                1. Remember to put each separated material in a vessel.
                  1. You are done separating the mixture.
                2. Materials that remain after using the separating funnel:
              2. These are the materials that remain after magnetic separation:
              3. These would be the materials that remain after floatation and again mechanical separation:
              4. These would be the materials that remain after Mechanical separation:

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