Chem sand, salt, iron

Chem sand, salt, iron - Rachael Johnston Brady Knutson Jack...

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Rachael Johnston Brady Knutson Jack Malone I. Title of Experiment: Separating a mixture. II. Purpose/ Hypothesis : To separate a mixture of salt, sand and iron and get the original mass of each substance. back. III. Background Information: Salt in soluble in water. Sand is not soluble in water. Iron is attracted to magnets. IV. Materials & Equipment: a. Beaker b. sand c. salt d. Iron e. beaker f. magnet g. Funnel g. gram scale h. funnel paper i. Graduated cylinder j. evaporating dish l. watch glass m. crucible tongs n. ring stand o. iron ring p. burner q. wire gauze V. Procedure: 1. Collect 2.99 grams of sand, 2.07 grams of salt and 0.55 grams of iron, by weighing it on the gram scale. 2. In a beaker combined the salt, sand and iron by mixing the substance together. 3. Use the magnet to collect the iron from the mixture and place it on a piece of clean filter paper. 4. Use the magnet until all the iron is recollected. (0.55 grams should be collected after separation) 5. Separate the sand and salt by filtering the mixture in water. (Use the filter
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course CHEM 1111 taught by Professor Ramaker during the Fall '10 term at GWU.

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