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Explain the various methods used to separate a mixture of rice, grains, salt and water.

Explain the various methods used to separate a mixture of rice, grains, salt and water.

Grade:12

10 Answers

abhay gupta
askIITians Faculty 198 Points
10 months ago
Mixture of rice and salt: Rice and salt can be separated by sieving. Mixture of sand and salt: Sand and salt is mixed with water. Salt dissolves in water and sand can be separated by sedimentation and decantation followed by filtration. After that, using evaporation, common salt is separated.


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Vikas TU
14149 Points
10 months ago
Dear student 
First of all we will use filteration in which rice grain with sand will be filtered out and remaining water, salt will be filterate after that we can use handpicking for saperating sand and rice grain on the other hand evaporation to saperate out salt and water.
so the processes used are filteration, evapotation and hand picking.
please follow the tagged image for better understanding.
 
adilakshmigogada 27
101 Points
9 months ago
Vikas TU
 
 
12204 Points
 
 
Dear student 
First of all we will use filteration in which rice grain with sand will be filtered out and remaining water, salt will be filterate after that we can use handpicking for saperating sand and rice grain on the other hand evaporation to saperate out salt and water.
so the processes used are filteration, evapotation and hand picking.
please follow the tagged image for better understanding.
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adilakshmigogada 27
101 Points
9 months ago
Vikas TU
 
 
12204 Points
 
 
Dear student 
First of all we will use filteration in which rice grain with sand will be filtered out and remaining water, salt will be filterate after that we can use handpicking for saperating sand and rice grain on the other hand evaporation to saperate out salt and water.
so the processes used are filteration, evapotation and hand picking.
please follow the tagged image for better understanding.
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adilakshmigogada 27
101 Points
9 months ago
Vikas TU
 
 
12204 Points
 
 
Dear student 
First of all we will use filteration in which rice grain with sand will be filtered out and remaining water, salt will be filterate after that we can use handpicking for saperating sand and rice grain on the other hand evaporation to saperate out salt and water.
so the processes used are filteration, evapotation and hand picking.
please follow the tagged image for better understanding.
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adilakshmigogada 27
101 Points
9 months ago
Vikas TU
 
 
12204 Points
 
 
Dear student 
First of all we will use filteration in which rice grain with sand will be filtered out and remaining water, salt will be filterate after that we can use handpicking for saperating sand and rice grain on the other hand evaporation to saperate out salt and water.
so the processes used are filteration, evapotation and hand picking.
please follow the tagged image for better understanding..
 
adilakshmigogada 27
101 Points
9 months ago
Vikas TU
 
 
12204 Points
 
 
Dear student 
First of all we will use filteration in which rice grain with sand will be filtered out and remaining water, salt will be filterate after that we can use handpicking for saperating sand and rice grain on the other hand evaporation to saperate out salt and water.
so the processes used are filteration, evapotation and hand picking.
please follow the tagged image for better understanding.
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irshad hussain
100 Points
26 days ago

(iv) Mixture of rice and salt: Rice and salt can be separated by sieving.

(v) Mixture of sand and salt: Sand and salt is mixed with water. Salt dissolves in water and sand can be separated by sedimentation and decantation followed by filtration. After that, using evaporation, common salt is separated.

irshad hussain
100 Points
26 days ago

 

(i) Mixture of sand and husk: Sand and husk can be separated by the method of winnowing.
(ii) Mixture of wheat, sugar and silk: For separating silk from the mixture we should follow the winnowing method because silk is lighter than other two components and get separated. Wheat and sugar can be separated by sieving because they are in different sizes.
(iii) Mixture of water and petrol: Water does not dissolve in petrol. So, it can be separated by the use of separating funnel.
(iv) Mixture of rice and salt: Rice and salt can be separated by sieving.
(v) Mixture of sand and salt: Sand and salt is mixed with water, salt dissolves in water and sand can be separated solution by sedimentation and decantation followed by filtration. After that using evaporation common salt is separated.
irshad hussain
100 Points
26 days ago
Solute and solvent uniformly mix to form a solution. Therefore, the homogenous mixture of solute and solvent is called a solution. 

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