What do we use filtration and crystallisation for?
Filtration and Crystallisation Quiz
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True or false – You cannot use physical processes to separate mixtures into different substances.CorrectIncorrect
How could you separate a mixture of sand and salt?CorrectIncorrect
Filtration and crystallisation are used to separate which types of materials?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following items would you need to perform filtration?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following items would you need to perform crystallisation by heating?CorrectIncorrect
Fill in the blank. A is a mixture made of dissolved substances in a liquid.
Use one of the following words:
What is a solution called when it contains the maximum amount of solute that can dissolve in a solvent at a particular temperature?CorrectIncorrect
When a mixture of rocks, salt and water is filtered, what will be the residue?CorrectIncorrect
During crystallisation, there is a risk of spitting which could cause harm. Which of the following could reduce the risk?CorrectIncorrect
After filtering a mixture containing sand, salt and water using filter paper. What do we call what is left in the filter paper?CorrectIncorrect