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Separating a Mixture Sample Flowchart. Mixture Iron filings Sodium hydroxide crystals Confetti Baking Soda Magnet Iron is magnetic. The iron was attracted.

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1 Separating a Mixture Sample Flowchart

2 Mixture Iron filings Sodium hydroxide crystals Confetti Baking Soda Magnet Iron is magnetic. The iron was attracted to the magnet And removed Iron Filings Mixture Sodium hydroxide crystals Confetti Baking Soda Balloon Paper is attracted to static electricity. Rubbing a balloon against a wool cloth or sweater can generate static electricity which, in theory could attract and remove the paper High Humidity

3 Van der Graff Device Powered by electricity, this device generates static electricity. Some Static electricity was produced Despite the humidity. The confetti was remove, but the process was very SLOW. Confetti Mixture Sodium hydroxide crystals Baking Soda Water Water was used to try to separate The remaining chemicals, but one of them reacted with the water and produced bubbles. Bubbles indicated the production of a gasvindicates a new Substance was formed, whichh is a sign of a chemical reaction. This Procedure was abandoned Chemical Reaction Mixture Sodium hydroxide crystals Baking Soda

4 The Merck Index that sodium hydroxide will dissolve in acetone, but baking soda will not. Acetone was used to dissolve the sodium hydroxide. Aceton e Filter Evaporat e The acetone and sodium hydroxide passed through the filter paper leaving the baking soda behind on the paper The acetone was evaporated, leaving the sodium hydroxide behind in the evaporating dish Baking Soda Sodium Hydroxide


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