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Separation of the components of a mixture
For separating stones from rice, pulses and wheat.
For separating the mixture of chillies and lady's finger.
For separating rotten potatoes from fresh ones.
at home: draining the water from a pot of noodles.
construction site: separating fine gravel from coarse gravel
school: separating the chalk from the chalk dust.
By cracking a nut finely and your can separate it.
Separating the volatile content from its non-volatile solute
Preparation of common salt
Evaporation of Sweat from Body.
Separation of ink from water
Centrifugation is a method of separating molecules having different densities by spinning them in solution around an axis (in a centrifuge rotor) at high speed. It is one of the most useful and frequently employed techniques in the molecular biology laboratory.
The extraction of fat from milk in order to produce skimmed milk.
The removal of water from moist lettuce with the help of a salad spinner.
The Spin-drying of water in washing machines in order to remove water from the clothing.
Sublimation is the conversion between the solid and the gaseous phases of matter, with no intermediate liquid stage.
It is the technique used for separation of those solutes that dissolve in the same solvent
The process of Chromatography is used to separate
colours in a dye
pigments from natural colours
drugs from blood
Distillation:-It is the process of separating two miscible liquids based on their boling point
Simple Distilllation can separate two miscible liquids is more than 25 K
separating saltwater to create pure water and salt.
Fractional distillation process is used to separate liquids whose boling point is leass than 25k
Separation of different gases from the air
Different fractions from petroleum products
Crystallisation is a process that separates a oure solid in the form of its crystals from a solution.
Purification of calt that we get from sea water
Separation of crystals of alum from impure samples