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what is sedimentation,decantation and filtration?
NAME ANY THREE SUBSTANCES WHICH SUBLIME ON HEATING.
why are handles of utensils made of wood or plastic
Is VINEGAR soluble or insoluble in water?
GIVE ANY TWO EXAMPLES OF IMMISCIBLE LIQUIDS.
list 3 properties of mixtures
what method is used to separate butter from milk?
How can a mixture of petrol and water be separated?
how can you seperate a mixture of chalk powder add salt?
which method is used to seprating mixture of stones and rice ??
Name the method used to separate oil from water
what is LOADING PROCESS in CHEMISTRY ?????
which method will you use to separate two miscible liquids
what is winnowing ?
what is loading in science
the solid particles that settle down at the bottom of the container are known as sediment.what is the liquid fluid called that stays above the the sediment?
how can we use the method of decantation in seperating the water and kerosene as the kerosene floats on water????????????????
Name the process by which pebbles and stones are removed by sand
When distillation is used ?
difference between boiling and evaporation
show the activity ofdecantation and filteration by taking muddy water
what is churning
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 ?
Why do we added sugar to the lemonade before we put ice.
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.
how is the process of winnowing done?
Why is segregation of waste is important in waste management
What is difference between distillation and condensation?
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
what is threshing give example
how can we separate the mixture of flour water sand and iron particles?
1.how will you seprate immiscible liquids
2.list any five charestricsofliving organisms
3.name the method to use sand and water
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Saturated and unsaturated solutions
Hots Questions : Think and answer.
give two example of threshing , winowing , sieving , sedimentation , decantation , filtaration , expansion , contration and melting
What is decantation
Q1-how can we separate petrol from water .draw and explain it?
Q2-Riya was asked to separate dust and water .Also draw a well labled diagram
Q3-Mohan was given mango juice.Name the solute and solventin the mago juice.Mohan added 15 spoons of sugar for half litre .It is a saturated or unsaturated solution.Explain by giving a suitable reason.
what is meant by miscible and immiscible liquids ? i want in simple english
Why are synthetic fibres stronger than natural fibres? Is it a magic?
YOU MUST HAVE OFTEN NOTICED THAT SKY BECOMES CLEAR AFTER THE FIRST RAIN. CAN YOU EXPLAIN WHY ?
name two application where evaporation is used as method for separation of substances?
example for winnowing process. can u please tell me meritnation expert
What Is Decantation And Filtration?Explain
why is a separating funnel narrow at the bottom
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