What do you use to separate oil and water?
They separate on their own. Oil remains on the top of the water.
1. Firstly, use filtration to separate sand from the rest of the mixture. 2. Next, use a separation funnel to separate the three layers: Oil, ethanol, salt water. 3. Finally, use simple distillation to separate the salt from the water. There you have it! Sand, oil, ethanol, salt and water all separated!
You can use a strainer with very fine holes to hold the dirt and iron as the water and oil flow through it. Use a magnet to remove the iron from the dirt. Filter the water and oil through filter paper. The water will pass through the filter paper and the oil will not. This is one way to separate them.
HOW TO SEPARATE SALT FROM OIL .First of all to separate salt from oil you need to pour some water, salt, and oil into a beaker in that order. .After you have put those materials in the beaker, you should see the salt dissolving, then you should be left with oil and water. .Next to separate the oil from the water you could either, leave the solution for a while and the oil eventually should…
First, use a magnet to get the iron nails out because iron is a magnetic material and will be attracted to the magnet. Now what you have left is the water and oil. Fortunately, oil is less dense than oil and it will float on top of the water. Use a separating funnel to tap the water out from the bottom and collect it in a container. You can also use a spoon to get…
Does the time taken for a mixture of oil water and emulsifier to separate depends on the volume of the emulsifier in the mixture?
Oil does not dissolve in water and usually has a different density so you can separate them by "decanting" (carefully pouring off the less dense liquid). Freezing will also separate the liquids as oil and water freeze at different temperatures. Distillation will separate but might be a little tricky.
Send the mixture trough a filter, which would leave the sand back, then use a simple seporatory funnel to separate the sugarwater from the oil since oil doesnt mix with water. Finnally destillate the solution to get water and sugar (or caramel if you heat it up too much). if you don't need the water you can also simply heat the sugarwater in a pot till all the water is vapourised.