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A solution. A "solution" is not a process. The process of particles spreading evenly through a mixture is called dispersion or diffusion.

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What is a Mixture?a mixture is the process of mixing two or more substancesWhat is a filtration?a filtration is the process of separating a solidand liquid substancesTHAT'S ALL

If multiple substances are combined, a process called diffusion occurs; when the particles are evenly mixed, the term is uniform concentration.

Homogeneous: denoting a process involving substances in the same phase (solid, liquid, or gaseous).Heterogeneous: of or denoting a process involving substances in different phases (solid, liquid, or gaseous).The beverage will have tea particles in a solid state in the mixture, it is therefore heterogeneous.

Filtration is the process used to separate insoluble substances from a liquid,

Why a mixture can be seperated without any changes in the identity of the substance is unknown publicly. However, it is known that the seperation of these substances usually involve the process of mechanical filtering or decanting.

The process that would be most appropriate to separate a mixture is filtration. This only applies if the mixture is composed of a solid and a liquid.

Through the process of distallation and filtration.

you have to boil it and separate it there you go it'''s separated

sieve is an instrument used to separate mixture

Sublimation is the process by which a substance will change directly from solid to gas or from gas to solid. It is used to separate solid mixtures. Solid iodine and ammonium chloride are examples of substances that sublime.

You can separate sand and water by sedimentation followed by decantation process.

Mechanical separation is any process that will separate compounds or elements that are found in a mixture. This commonly entails removal of particles of solid or liquid drops from a gas or a liquid.

You can separate substances in a crude oil by distillation process. But you have to know what are the boiling points of each of the substance in the crude oil.

It is a physical process, not a chemical reaction.

Handpicking is removing the undesirable components from a mixture by hand. It involves simply picking out substances by hand and separating them from others. The substances being separated may be impurities that have to be thrown away. Or it may be that both the substances being separated are useful - such as if you separate green grapes from black ones from a mixture of the two. Winnowing is the process of separating lighter husk from grains. Winnowing follows threshing and is used to separate heavier and lighter components of a mixture by wind or by blowing air. The husk is separated from the grains by winnowing.

Leaching is the removal of substances by percolating water.The movement of dissolved substances or particles into a horizon is called illuviation. The movement of dissolved substances or particles out of a horizon is called eluviation.

Centrifuging is using speed and centrifugal force to separate a mixture based on the mass.

It is a physical process, not a chemical reaction.

by the process of sedimentation it can be separated.

That depends on what the substances are and how they are combined or mixed. Something like ethano and water can be separated by distillation, the process taking only a few minutes, but something like a mixture of uranium-235 hexafluoride and uranium-238 hexafluoride must be split by centrifuge, the process takinf weeks to separate a small amount. Other ways of separating a mixture include melting (if it is a solid) and using density properties; dissolution, decanting and evaporation (where one or more substances are soluble in the given solute and others are not); recrystallisation (normally to remove impurities).

The process of decantation works by allowing solids to settle at the bottom of the mixture. This is a process that is used to separate mixtures.

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