what is sedimentation?give four examples?
How are tea leaves separated from tea -- by sieving or by filtration ?
draw diagrams showing various steps to seperate salt and sand from a mixture
what is a stalk
what is the principle used in separatio of mixtures ?
A saturated solution of sugar in water is prepared. The temperature of water is lowered by 5 degree. will the solution continue to be saturated ? Give reasons.
Why do we added sugar to the lemonade before we put ice.
how is the process of winnowing done?
Why is segregation of waste is important in waste management
What is difference between distillation and condensation?
why are handles of utensils made of wood or plastic
what are the principles of sedimation decantation and filtration
You are given a sample of water . How will you find out whether it is pure or not ?
A mixture contains tiny particles of three different substances X, Y and Z. They are of same size, shape and colour. X particles are heavy, insoluble and non-magnetic. Y particles are very light, insoluble and non-magnetic. Z particles are heavy and magnetic. Which of the following methods can be used to seperate X, Y and Z?
a. Winnowing followed by filtration.
b. Sieving followed by winnowing
c. Winnowing followed by magnetic seperation.
d. Hand Picking followed by magnetic seperation.
difine saturated solution
What is sieving?
wahat are the principles of handpicking,threshing,sieving and winowing
how can we use the method of decantation in seperating the water and kerosene as the kerosene floats on water????????????????
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