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By the process of diffusion.....
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you use a magent
step on it and spit on it
Dissolve the sulphur in carbon disulphide and pour the liquid off the copper. Evaporate the liquid to yield the sulphur.
1. pour the solution in a bowl and add sum water to it. 2. mix the water and let the salt dissolve. 3.then decant the water using a beaker and filter paper,u get the sulfur a…s the remainder. 4.evaporate the water. 5. u get both the sulfur and the salt separated.
A magnet. Iron (along with cobalt and nickel but no other elements) is magnetic and will be attracted to the magnet. The sulfur will be left behind.
Mix it in water,the sugar will dissove leaving the sulphur undissolved
Iron powder is attracted by a magnet, sulfur is dissolved in carbon disulfide, but be careful: it is explosive, toxic and stinks (rotten cauliflower)
Iron powder is attracted by a magnet (so it can be 'drawn' away), Sulfur is dissolved in carbon disulfide (so it can be filtered through, leaving iron behind), But be caref…ul: it is explosive, toxic and stinks (rotten cauliflower)
by solvent extraction. sulfur can be dissolve in carbon di sulphide solution.
Use a magnet to lift out the iron filings.
By the process of Filtration.
Sulfur is an element.