You get a really big explosion. Sulfur mixed with water is BANG!!!
When you mix copper and iron you will get Bronze
if its a mixture of copper ii sulfate and water first if you mix it with iron you will get a green liquid
Well, if we mix iron sulfur mixture and hydrochlonic acid, only the iron reacts.
The iron will displace the copper as it is more reactive. here's the equation: iron + copper sulphate = iron sulphate +copper
Copper Sulfide is a wholly different chemical from copper and sulfur, and thus shows different characteristics and is not dividable by physical means, while a mixture of copper and sulfur powder is just a physical mix.
iron sulphate will be created
No solution, as sulfur is not soluble in water.
mix it all up with water, the coper sulfate will dissolve in the water and the sand and the iron cannot. then filter the stuff, the filter will catch the iron and the sand, the copper sulfate/water solution will go through the filter. then, evaporate the water to get the copper sulfate alone. use a magnet on the DRY sand and iron to remove the iron from the sand. use differences in physical properties to separate physically mixed mixtures.
We can observe small particles of iron and sulfur.
The Sulfur and Iron mix together and, with added heat, make a chemical compound called Iron Sulfide (equation is Fe+S= FeS). Iron Sulfide is a black, crumbly solid.
By using a magnet to separate the iron filings, you'd be left with the sulfur and sand mix. Selecting a solvent for the sulfur will allow you to dissolve the sulfur, and then all you have to do is put the sand in a filter and wash the sulfur through with the solvent.
Sulfur don't react with water; a suspension can be obtained with a very fine sulfur powder.
Use a magnet to remove the iron filings from the mixture, then mix the remaining components with water. The copper sulfate will dissolve but the CaCO3 (chalk powder) will not. Filter the mixture to remove the chalk, then boil the water to recover the copper sulfate.
sulphur can not be mixed with water.
they can't mix because they r both different elements
Diffusion occurs - The particles of copper sulphate move between the particles iron because the particles are tiny and discrete.
you get a hard substance called copper sulfate. it smells really bad however, and it is a dark color with a tint of blue. -ahmad khatib
At room temperature is only a metals mixture.
The iron will line up with copper in a triangular crystaline structer cause of the diamagnetic property of copper might make interesting nano struture . Drop out loser on the dole
You get a mixture of iron filings and salt water.
it all happens with the mulecules and the atom. as they mix/combine and they then jion