Can sand and milk be separated by filtering?
Yes. Because if you didn't know that sand is a solid and has bigger particles than milk so sand and milk do separated
Yes, mixtures can be separated easily. That is because a mixture is just elements mixed together. No chemical reaction takes place to bond the atoms. e.g mix sand, water and salt. You can separate them via filtering out the sand and boiling away the water. You will be left with salt crystals, sand and water vapor. Seperated!
Put the mixture in water - The salt is dissolved and remain in solution - Filter - Dry the mixture - Extract iron with a magnet - Separate sand and pepper manually or by sieving (depending on the granulation) or exploit the difference of density upon floating Put the mixture in waterPut the mixture in water and stir. Salt is easily dissolved. After filtering salt remain in solution. The dried mixture of pepper and…
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