Chemistry - Mixtures

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What makes mixtures easy to seperate?
The chemicals aren't chemically combined
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Name all the seperation techniques
Filtration, crystalisation, simple distilation, fractional distilation and chromatography
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How can you seperate a salt and copper mixture?
Add water. The salt will dissolve but the copper will not. Filter the salt solution using filter paper, leaving copper behind. Crystalise the salt solution to form solid salt crystals.
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Which technique seperates coloured inks in a mixture?
Chromatography
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What can fractional distilation help with?
Seperate mixtures with different boiling points
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Name all the seperation techniques

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Filtration, crystalisation, simple distilation, fractional distilation and chromatography

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How can you seperate a salt and copper mixture?

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Which technique seperates coloured inks in a mixture?

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What can fractional distilation help with?

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