• Boiling Points
    were compared to determine which provided the most separation of liquids. Each mixture was heated in a flask and the vapor would begin to rise as the liquid would boil, then flow to the condenser and drop to the bottom of the other flask. The drops were monitored and the drop rate was...
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  • Matter
    , blood, seawater, air, milk, rocks, etc. In order to recover the components of the mixture, proper physical separation methods must be employed depending upon the nature of the components of the mixture. Physical separation methods include filtering, evaporating, distilling, decanting, crystallizing, use...
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  • Separation
    differentiate between pure and impure substances. ➢ Select appropriate methods for separating given mixtures. ➢ Describe appropriate methods of separating given mixtures. ➢ Perform simple experiments involving separation of mixtures. TIME REQUIRED: Minimum: 16 periods of 40 minutes each...
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  • Chem Lab Mixtures
    Purpose: In this lab, a mixture of naphthalene (C10H8), common table salt (NaCl), and sea sand (SiO2) will be separated using the separation techniques in order to demonstrate the properties of mixtures and their ability to be separated by physical means. INTRODUCTION: This lab was based on...
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  • Lab on Separation of Mixures
    Separation of a Mixture of Solids Name: Date: Lab Partner: The objective of this experiment is: * To become more familiar with the separation of mixtures of solids * Separating a mixture * Calculating the percentage of mixture Data Table 1: Experiment Data...
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  • Seperation Techniques
    Title: Separations of Mixtures Aim: To see how different separation techniques separate different mixtures Introduction: A mixture is a physical union of substances therefore being easy to separate. Most mixtures separate by physical means. There are different...
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  • Chemistry Assesment Prep
    Gravimetric analysis can be used to determine the: composition of a mixture using physical separation techniques percentage composition of a compound using chemical and physical separation techniques. * It can be used to determine the: percentage by weight of ingredients (sugar, fat, fibre) in...
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  • Chemistry
    to the magnet. Separation by heating the mixture until the merger of the co mponent a lower melting point. Adds a liquid to dissolve all solids. Evaporation of the solution obtained, the components cristalizamse separately. The componen ts are reduced to grains of different sizes. Separation of two...
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  • Separation Techniques
    I. Experiment 3: SEPARATION TECHNIQUES II. Objectives: * To learn different methods and techniques of separating components of mixtures * To appreciate the importance of such separation techniques * To apply different methods and techniques in separating components of mixtures III...
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  • Waters Pares
      Yemi Odetoye Mrs. Burgess Lab Report September 6, 2012 Water Spare Quantitative Separation of Mixtures Salt and Sand this lab is about using the techniques to separate substances. If separating salt and sand mixture using the common separation techniques then it will be easier to...
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  • Isolating the Components of a Three Component Mixture
    the mixture by applying the separation method motioned in our lab manual pages 33-40 . In this experiment, the separation methods were decantation, filtration and evaporation and extraction and each is explained below: Decantation, this is the separation of liquid from a solid by careful pouring...
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  • Chem Lab Separation of Mixtures
    SEPARATION OF MIXTURE OBJECTIVE: To separate the components of a mixture based upon physical characteristics of each component within the mixture. Secondly, to determine the mass of each component by using the knowledge of separation techniques. SAFETY REQUIREMENTS: Do Not Pipette...
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  • The Looking Glass
    Assessment Task #1: Research Project Mixture: Industrial Separation Process: * Use the italicised text as guiding statements for setting out your scientific report. * Replace or remove all of these guiding statements before submitting the assessment. * No personal pronouns should be...
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  • Separation of a Mixture: Unknown # 12-Green
    Separation of a Mixture: Unknown # 12-Green Chemistry 221 with Professor Thomas Quale May 2012 Formal Lab Report Abstract An unknown sample, # 12-Green, was separated into its individual variable components, iron, ammonium chloride, silicon dioxide, and sodium chloride. The techniques used to...
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  • Chemistry
    CHROMATOGRAHPY Chromatography (from Greek χρῶμα chroma "color" and γράφειν graphein "to write") is the collective term for a set of laboratory techniques for the separation of mixtures. The mixture is dissolved in a fluid called the mobile phase, which carries it through a structure holding...
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  • The Physical Process of Separating Australian Industrial Mixtures
    separation process is classification. The classification process takes place in a spiral classifier which acknowledges that solid particles of various sizes have different precipitation rates in liquid therefore allowing the machine to wash and grade the ore mixture. After the mixture has been washed and...
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  • Chromatographic Seperation of Fluorene and Fluorenone
    Chromatographic Separation of Fluorene and Fluorenone Abstract: A mixture of Fluorene (1) and Fluorenone (2) was separated by column chromatography. Chemical Equation: Fluorene (1) Fluorenone (2) Mp 114C mp 83C MW 166.22 MW 180.21 Introduction: Column chromatography...
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  • Nnnn
    Separation of a Mixture Lab Purpose: The purpose of this lab is for you to apply your new knowledge of mixtures and separation techniques and to apply the scientific method to a problem. The problem is that you have a heterogeneous mixture of different compounds and you have to develop a...
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  • Optimization of Gas Chromatography
    glass or metal tubing. In order for separation to occur, the stationary phase must have an affinity for the analytes in the sample mixture. The mobile phase is inert and does not interact chemically with the sample mixture; it only acts as a carrier to carry the mobile analytes through the length of...
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  • Separation Techniques
    Main Separation Techniques A mixture is usually an impure substance and it is necessary to separate mixtures in order to obtain its pure components. The components of a mixture are not chemically combined. Therefore, they can be separated by physical methods; the components of a mixture will...
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