Making Sulfur Chlorides (2)
Added by Dr. Phil Brown on Dec 15, 2008
The purpose of this activity is for students to understand the process of distillation in terms of energy and state changes. Through an experiment that separates ethanol from water, students learn to appreciate that fractional distillation is a very important technique for the separation of liquid mixtures in industry.
This item teaches:
- about distillation as a means of separating mixtures
- about fractional distillation as a means of separating mixtures
- Periodic Table
- Inorganic Chemistry
- process, element, compound, industrial, fractional distillation, sulfur chloride, mixture
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