Answer to Question #198323 in General Chemistry for Abdulwarith

Question #198323

a mixture of 4 substance A,B,C and D. A is soluble salt B is also soluble and can also sublime C is magnetic and has a high melting point and boiling point and its insoluble.D is insoluble and does not sublime and not magnetic with high boiling point describe how to separate and collect each salts and give your right steps


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2021-05-26T07:12:51-0400

Separation of components from a mixture of sand, ammonium chloride and salt :

Sublimation

Sublimation is the process of transition of a substance from the solid to the gaseous state without passing through the liquid state. To separate mixtures that contain a sublimate with volatile component from a non-sublimate impurity, the sublimation process is used. Ammonium chloride changes directly from solid to gaseous state on heating. The gaseous form of ammonium chloride can be cooled easily to get a pure solid. Other examples of solids which sublime are camphor, naphthalene, anthracene, iodine, etc.

The remaining components of the mixture are salt and sand. Salt is soluble in water and sand is a non-water soluble substance that can be separated by the process of filtration. The insoluble sand remains in the filter paper while the filtrate contains the dissolved salt.

Evaporation Technique

Evaporation technique is used to separate salt from the filtrate. Common salt does not decompose during evaporation. As the water evaporates, fewer and fewer water molecules are present to keep the salt particles apart. The salt therefore recrystallizes and can be collected.




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