What Is Decantation And Filtration?Explain

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Decantation is a process for the separation of mixtures, carefully pouring a solution from a container, leaving the precipitate (sediments) in the bottom of the container. 
Filtration is a mechanical/physical operation which is used for the separation of solids from fluids (liquids or gases) by interposing a medium (filter) to fluid flow through which the fluid can pass, but the solids (or at least part of the solids) in the fluid are retained
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Decantation is a process of pouring water into a beaker after sedimentation.

Filteration is a process of separating components of a mixture of an insoluble solid and a liquid.

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decantation is  the process of  transfering a liquid from one container to another container  without disturbing the sediments  . filteration is used to separate components of a mixture of  insoluable solid  and a liquid.

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Decanting is a process to separatemixtures. Decanting is just allowing a mixture ofsolidandliquidor twoimmiscibleliquids to settle and separate by gravity. This process can be slow and tedious without the aid of a centrifuge. Once the mixture components have separated, the lighter liquid is poured off leaving the heavier liquid or solid behind. Typically, a small amount of the lighter liquid is left behind.

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decantation is a process of pouring out the supernatent ,filtration is a process of seperating 2 different mixture

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