I am assuming that you mean fresh, straight out of the cow milK?
Simple separation can be done by letting the cream rise to the top and skimming it off. The milk will still have some cream content
(About 12-24 hours)
Otherwise you use a separator...we never did it ourselves but knew other people who would run milk through the separator several times to get milk more in the skim range.
If you interested in separating out the whey and lactose from the milk curds by adding lactic acid.
A mixture is something that has more than 1 part to it. The mixture can be broken back down into its original parts. An example of a mixture is H2O. This is because it has 2 parts of Hydrogen and 1 part of oxygen, although the parts have not been turned into 1 substance and can be separated and turned back into its original self.
A substance can be categorized into several categories. If a substance cannot be separated through physical means (e.g., distillation, magnetism) it is a pure substance. If a substance can be separated through physical means, it is a mixture. If a mixture is uniform throughout, it is a homogenous mixture, like saltwater. If it is not (i.e., there are different parts to it, like a can of soda), it is a heterogeneous mixture. If a pure substance can be separated through chemical means, it is a compound, like glucose, which is made of carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen. If a substance cannot be separated by chemical means, it is an element, like oxygen, which is made of just oxygen. A substance can be in multiple categories.
A weighed unit of liquid milk has exactly the same mass as an equal unit by weight of frozen milk. However frozen milk has a lower density than liquid milk.
Sugar and water can be separated by using a couple different methods. One method is by using an apparatus for distillation. Another is by using evaporation.
it is not different
by the suspension
Milk is not a solution because it is not clear if your milk is made of two different substances (which I doubt) and can be separated (which I doubt) then it is a mixture so no it is neither
It is a bundle of rules and dictators and power that separates into different parts.
It can be separated into its parts. It can be separated into its parts.
The chocolate cannot be easily separated from the milk.
It is a mixture of many, many different substances.
Fat is separated from milk in large centrifuges.
Cream, composed mainly from fats is separated from milk by centrifugation.
Heterogeneous: You can see the different parts of the mixtures.Ex:) Soil, Cereal, eggs, sand, or saladHomogeneous: You can't see the different parts of the mixture.Ex:) Air, Fruit punch, milk, or chocolate
The two parts of a separated cell are called daughter cells. They are separated through the process of mitosis which is used to create new cells.
yes it can