Added by Dr. Andrew Pulham on Dec 15, 2008
This activity introduces practical methods for separating mixtures. Experiments are constructed to demonstrate evaporation and filtration techniques by separate liquids of varying solubility as well as separating solid mixtures.
This item teaches:
- about examples of the use of different techniques to separate mixtures
- about filtration as a means of separating mixtures
- about the use of the characteristic properties of substances to separate mixtures
- Chemical Reactions
- Inorganic Chemistry
- practical, filtration, separating, mixtures
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