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Essay | Separation of Materials using Dissolving, Filtration, and Evaporation

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Separation of Materials using Dissolving, Filtration, and Evaporation

Summary: Details and experiment on the separation of materials using dissolving, filtration and evaporation. Separates two mixed solids into their component parts and determines the percentage by mass of the two components involved.
We had three problems in this lab. One was to separate two mixed solids into their component parts. The second one was to determine the percentage by mass of the two components involved. And the third and last one was to settle into the general lab mindset.

The materials we needed were:

Bunsen burner and Tubing

Ring Stand

Ring Clamp

Wire Gauze

2 250 ml Beakers

Beaker Tongs

Filter Paper

Funnel

Wash Bottle

Goggles

100 ml Graduated Cylinder

Evaporating Dish

Watch glass

Glass stirring rod

Triple beam balance

Massing Paper

10g salt/sand mixture

Here is how we did it:

First my partner and I gathered an exactly 9.7g sample of the sand/salt mixture. Then we added 50 ml deal of water to the mixture and stirred it together well. While I was stirring my partner Amanda prepared the filter paper. The way she folded...

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