Will you separate sand and water from their mixture?
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Likewise, people ask, how will you separate sand and water from their mixture short answer?
Sand and water can be separated by any of the following two methods: (a) Sedimentation and decantation: Mixture is kept undisturbed for some time. After some time, sand being heavier and insoluble in water, settles down at the bottom of container. Now, water is poured into another container to separate it from sand.
Also, what happens if you mix sand and water? Answer and Explanation: Mixing sand and water is not a chemical reaction, but is simply the creation of a mixture. Sand and water have no reactivity toward each other, and so
Beside this, how can you separate sand from water?
When sand is added to water it either hangs in the water or forms a layer at the bottom of the container. Sand therefore does not dissolve in water and is insoluble. It is easy to separate sand and water by filtering the mixture. Salt can be separated from a solution through evaporation.
Can a mixture of salt and sugar be separated by filtration?
No a sugar and a salt dissolves in water and forms a homogenous mixture that can't be separated by filteration alone ….. And you get salt settel down on bottom …. Here you can use FILTRATION PROCESS to get salt seprated ….. now boil the rest of solution and you get sugar when alchol evaporates .