Chemistry Tuition Singapore Secondary Science Tuition – Separating Mixtures Solid – Solid
Two different solid substances mixed together such as sand with salt or iron powder with sulfur
Salt solution, sugar solution
Alcoholic solution, crude oil
Quantity of components
Sample containing minute amount of components such as food dyes, food colouring and inks
SEPARATING SOLID-SOLID MIXTURES
This technique uses magnets to separate magnetic substances from a mixture. Examples of magnetic substances are iron, steel, nickel and cobalt.
A magnet can be used to separate iron from sulfur in a mixture of iron and sulfur.
Iodine crystals can be separated from salt crystals by heating the mixture until the iodine crystals sublime.
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