sugar disentagrates but sand is made of rock
It will be both.It would be that answer because the sugar and salt will dissolve forming a solution, and the sugar will be a suspension and I think that the reaction will not be immpressive because when you mix water and salt it will be a weak acid and when you mix sugar and water it will concentrate at the end of the substance.
bothThe salt and sugar will dissolve forming a solution, the sand will form a suspension.
Sugar mixed in water becomes a sweet sugary liquid. Salt in water becomes a saline solution. Sand in water remains sand in water, as the two will not mix together. So it rather depends on what you want to mix (blend) together?
BothThis is because the salt and sugar would dissolve creating a solution, and the sand would create a suspension!
Add Water To The Sand And Sugar. Mix It All Together. Filter It, Leaving The Sand Behind, Then Evaporate The Water From The Sugar...(:
If water is present salt is dissolved.
Mix the solution with water to dissolve the salt. Then filter the sand from the saltwater, evaporate the water from the saltwater and you will be left with the separated sand and salt. 1 Pour water on the mixture of salt and sand. 2 filter the salt water out of the sand with a filter paper. 3 evaporate the water out of the salt water, leaving only the salt. Add water, the salt dissolves, and the sand sinks to the bottom. After that, use a filter, and pour the mixture down it. The sand should get trapped in the top and the water and salt should go to the beaker below. After that is finished, put the sand to the side. Then evaporate the water in the salt and water mix. When all the water is gone, you should be left with salt rings at the bottom, and the sand and salt are separated. Add water, the salt dissolves, and the sand sinks to the bottom. After that, use a filter, and pour the mixture down it. The sand should get trapped in the top and the water and salt should go to the beaker below. After that is finished, put the sand to the side. Then evaporate the water in the salt and water mix. When all the water is gone, you should be left with salt rings at the bottom, and the sand and salt are separated.
through salt in water and mix then put to boil the water evaporate and salt remain
Salt dissolves in water, sand does not. Mix water with the solids, pour off the water, and sand is left behind, Evaporate the water by boiling it, and the salt will be left.
i think that add water to the container having salt and sand. then mix well. then separate the sand from water easily and later on boil water to have salt again.
no, unless you mix the sand and salt with water. Sand would not combine in water to form a solution, whereas salt would form a solution.
mix the salt and sand into a glass of water. The sand would settle at the bottom of the glass, and the salt would dissolve into the water. pour off the salt water, wait for the water to evaporate, and you will be left with salt, and sand.
If you are premixing the salt in a large container outside the tank, then put the sand in first. If you are going to mix the water and salt in the tank, then put the water in and mix it first, and then when its mixed put in the (rinsed!) sand. It will fog up, but that will go away.
Use water. Mix it around, the sugar will dissolve into the water. Use a siv to separate the water and the sand, put the water in a container and wait for the water to evaporate: leaving sugar and sand.
sugar salt iced tea mix
first mix them in water. sand wont dissolve in water. so it get distilled and settle down. but salt dissolves in water. after sand gets settled, gently pour off the water. the remaining is salt solution. when its heated water get evaporated and the salt remains.
Star with solubility. Mix the sand and sugar in water and filter it. Because the sugar is soluble in water, the sand will be able to filter out. Next, perform a physical change. Evaporate the water from the solution and the sugar will remain.
Mix the salt-sand mixture with water and filter it. As the salt will be dissolved in the water, when it is filtered the residue will be the sand and the filtrate will be the salt-water mixture. To separate the salt-water mixture, it must go through a process called 'evaporation'. When all the water is evaporated from the salt-water mixture, everything left will be the salt.
to separate the mixture of sand and sugar:- first: you can mix water in it and after mixing you can separate the water and sand. and after that you boil the water until whole water is evaporated and you get sugar and sand separated. second: if difference b/w size of sugar and sand particle you can use met to separate them.
Mix with water, evaporate and then feliter
Salt doesn't react with sand at r.t.
for sugar crystals mix it with sugar cubes-boiled in water salt crystals- you simpley add salt. until, it turns into a simple solution.
no, sea water is a mix of H2O, sand, salt and others. H2O (water) isn't a metal and salt isn't either
you get a fruit get water sugar or salt mix it together well