Separation Techniques-General Science Secondary 1

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To ensure that you have learnt something from today's lesson, you are required to complete this quiz.

  1. 1

    Which separation technique do you use to separate a magnetic substance from a non-magnetic substance?

  2. 2

    What property does paper chromatography make use of to separate its components?

  3. 3

    When do we use evaporation to separate components?

  4. 4

    What does the term 'filtrate' means?

  5. 5

    Which separation technique would be the best method to get clear water from a mixture of flour and water?

  6. 6

    If I know the components of a mixture and the boiling points of the components, which is a possible way to isolate the components in the mixture?

  7. 7

    What does the term 'solute' means?

  8. 8

    Distillation is not used to

  9. 9

    In the lab, a scientist accidentally dropped a ball bearing into a beaker of hot water and wanted to get it out as soon as possible as the hot water will be used in an experiment. What can he do?

  10. 10

    Which apparatus are not needed for the set-up when separation by evaporation is used?

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