Exploring Diversity of Matter Using Separation Techniques (Processes to…
Exploring Diversity of Matter Using Separation Techniques
Processes to separate mixtures
-Magnetic separation is the process of separating components of mixtures by using magnets to attract magnetic materials.
-The process that is used for magnetic separation detaches non-magnetic material with those who are magnetic.
A technique used to separate out homogeneous mixtures where there is one or more dissolved salts.
The method drives off the liquid components from the solid components.
The process typically involves heating the mixture until no more liquid remains.
-Used to separate small amounts of mixtures, especially ones with coloured substances,
Two of the most simplest colours
-Used to separate insoluble or suspended solids, impurities, from a liquid, but not soluble solids, solutes that dissolved in the solvent.
-To separate impurities, debris or settled solids, that suspends in the liquid, and liquid from the mixture.
-To separate impurities, debris or settled solids, that suspends in the air, and air from the mixture.
Distillation is the process of separating the components or substances from a liquid mixture by using selective boiling and condensation.
Distillation may result in essentially complete separation, or it may be a partial separation that increases the concentration of selected components in the mixture.
-A technique for separating a suspended solid product from a liquid, using vacuum. It is quicker than paper filtration.
-Where air will be sucked in a 'vacuum tube', and the mixture was forced through the Buchner funnel and the filter paper.
-Gravitational force pulls the mixture, suspensions, through a special type of paper called filter paper
-A process by which a solvent passes through a porous membrane in the direction opposite to that for natural osmosis.
When subjected to a hydrostatic pressure greater than the osmotic pressure.