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to the concept of Mixture Ginataang Adobong Manok sa Piña with cheese and chili is a healthy and fine delicacy that contains variety of mixtures. In terms of the food as a whole, it is considered as a suspension. It is a heterogeneous mixture of a solid and a liquid wherein the solid, which is the chicken, does not dissolve in the liquid which is the sauce. In terms of its sauce, it could be considered as a colloid mixture because it has a cloudy appearance containing a mixture of the soy sauce,...

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Separation of Mixtures

Separation of Mixtures 9/11/11 * Introduction: A compound is a pure chemical substance consisting of two or more different chemical elements that can be separated into simpler substances by chemical reactions. Unlike a compound, a mixture is a material system made up by two or more different substances which are mixed together but are not combined chemically. There are two kinds of mixtures, homogeneous and heterogeneous. Homogeneous mixtures have the same composition and appearance throughout...

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Mixtures and Solutions

Mixtures and Solutions can often become confusing because solutions are mixtures, but not all mixtures are solutions. A mixture can either be homogeneous or heterogeneous. A homogeneous mixture is where the mixture’s components are distributed uniformly within the mixture. A heterogeneous mixture is where the components are not uniform. Mixtures can either be miscible or immiscible, the difference being whether or not the mixture forms a homogeneous mixture or not. In a solution a solute is soluble...

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Seperating Mixtures

Most materials in our world are mixtures. Very few materials are pure substances. The art of separating mixtures is important because it enables us to isolate pure substances. Mixtures are either homogeneous or heterogeneous. To separate a mixture there is not only one, but several different methods used. A mixture is a physical blend of two or more substances. An important characteristic of mixtures is that their composition may change. There are two types of mixtures however, Homogeneous and Heterogeneous...

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Seperation of Mixtures

Separation of a Mixture Introduction: Mixtures are not unique to chemistry; you use and consume them on a daily basis. The beverages you drink each morning, the fuel you use in your automobile, and the ground you walk on are mixtures. Very few materials that you encounter are pure. Any material made up of two or more substances that are not chemically combined is a mixture. The isolation of pure components of a mixture requires the separation of one component from another. Techniques...

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Experiments with Water Solutions and Mixtures

You can use a flashlight to help see if a mixture is a solution, a suspension, or colloid. A solution is a mixture that forms when substances dissolve and form a homogenous mixture. A suspension is a heterogeneous mixture that separates into layers over time. A colloid is a mixture that contains some particles that are intermediate in size between the small particles in a solution, and the larger particles in a suspension. A homogenous mixture is a mixture in which the substances are so evenly distributed...

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Separation of a Mixture of Solids

Lab 3 – Separation of a Mixture of Solids Cathy Lab Partners: Chelsea Brooke Sept 4, 2012 Chemistry 131A Dr. Vicki H Audia Pelab Questions: Proposed procedure for separation of a mixture: Use physical properties of the 4 substances to separate. 1. Remove iron with magnet 2. Add water to the mixture to melt the benzoic acid and NaCl then filter out sand. 3. Chill the solution and scoop the acid out leaving a salt solution. 4. Boil water away leaving salt. Purpose: The...

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Separation of a Mixtures Lab Report

Tyler Kui) Lab #1: Separation of a Mixture Mr. Mejia 10/3/14 Separation of a Mixture Lab Report Abstract The purpose of the experiment was to separate an initial heterogeneous mixture composed of 5.00 grams of salt, 2.00 grams of sand, 50.0 mL of water, 15.00 grams of pebbles, and 1.00 gram of iron filings, and leave as much salt as possible remaining. Using separation techniques including magnetizing, evaporation, filtration, etc. the heterogeneous mixture was thoroughly separated into 4.88...

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Quantitative Separation of Mixtures

Quantitative Separation of a Mixture Lab Pre-Lab Questions: 1. Define the following: Physical Change Heterogeneous Mixture Sublimation Filtrate Residue 2. List two physical separation methods. 3. List the formula for determining percent composition by mass. Objectives: 1. to separate a three component mixture and 2. determine the percent composition by mass of each component in the mixture. Materials: Ammonium chloride (NH4Cl), Sodium chloride (NaCl also known...

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Separation of Mixtures Lab Report

PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY LAB I Experiment 2 Separation Of Mixtures INTRODUCTION A mixture can simply be defined as a substance that is made up or consists of two or more elements and/or compounds that are physically combined but that have not reacted chemically to form new substances. A mixture may be a solid, liquid, gas, or some combination of those states. Mixtures can be found almost every wher in our everyday lifes and some common examples are * sand and water * salt and water ...

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