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You need to find a physical attribute that is different for each component of the mixture. The most common example is a mixture of salt and sand where you add the mixtur…e to water thus dissolving the salt. You then filter out the sand leaving the salt solution. You then evaporate the water from the solution leaving the salt.
it can be separated back picking things out and put the mixtures that you are using into groups it can be separated by picking things out and put the mixtures that …you are using into groups
Filtration and distillation.
Of course, you can separate a mixture with evaporation, filters or with cooling and boiling.
Many methods exist: - distillation - crystallization - sieving - electromagnetic separation - decanting - gravimetric - radiometric - centrifuging - solvent e…xtraction - ion exchanging -etc.
If it was chemically combined, then no. If it was physically combined, then yes.
A mixture cannot be separated with chemical change because a mixture is two or more substances which will retain their physical properties when combined. Mixtures are separate…d by physical means like filters, sifting, chromatography, centrifuge, electrophoresis and magnetic attraction depending on what the mixture is composed of.
Separating mixture refers to the separation of more than two solutes or solutions.
Yes, for example a mixture of gold dust, iron, sand, and pebbles is separated this way: the iron can be separated with a magnet the pebbles can be separated using… a mesh screen that lets the gold dust and sand fall through but not the pebbles the gold dust and sand can be separated using water suspension, the gold dust rapidly settles to the bottom, the sand slowly settles on top due to density differences
A mixture of salt and sand can be separated because the salt is soluble while the sand is not.