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What is Distilled water?

~Pureified Water~ Homogeneous mixture that is broken down to where  there are no other containments. Goes through a process called  distillation.    It is a water whi (MORE)
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What is Fractional Distilation?

Fractional distillation is used to break down crude oil into many different substances. This is done because crude oil in itslef cannot be used for anything, where as the subs (MORE)
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What is in distilled water?

    Distilled water is pure H2O. The water in the tap has H2O in it, but also contains many other elements, compounds, and minerals.
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What is a distillation disadvantage of fractional distillation?

Following are the distillation disadvantages of fractional distillation process - Fractional distillation is a continuous process of distillation. It can not handle small quan (MORE)
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What is distillation?

The process of evaporation(boiling) and condensation at the same time (simultaneously) to get pure liquid from a solution is known as Distillation. Distillation is the metho (MORE)
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What is distillation in science?

  distillation is the process of separation of two or more soluble liquids by applying heat... it is done based on the difference in the boiling points of the liquids...
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Why the distillate from steam distillation was turbid?

  Steam distillation is used to separate immiscible (normally organic) liquids from each other. Adding the steam, depresses the boiling point of the mixture. After condens (MORE)
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What does Distillation do?

Distillation separates out the different constituents of a liquid mixture. So, say you have made some alcohol in a home-made way you would have a mixture of alcohol, water and (MORE)

What is the meaning of distillation?

To distill a liquid is to separate its fractions by means of their differing thermal points for change of state. For example, alcohol can be separated from water because alcoh (MORE)