Chemistry Practice Tests – Separating Techniques for Mixtures


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The separating technique illustrated in the diagram above can be used to separate ____

A. salt and oil       B. water and sand       C. salt and water       D. none of the above.


The process of cooling a vapour to a liquid is called ______

A. distillation       B. Decantation       C. evaporation       D. condensation


The separating technique used to separate two or more miscible liquids with close boiling points is known as _______

A. distillation       B. Decantation       C. evaporation        D. fractional distillation


_______ is the smallest particle of a compound which retains the identity of the compound.

A. An atom   B. Matter   C.  An element   D. A molecule


In the process of filtration, the liquid that passes through the filter paper is called ______

A. filtrate      B. waste      C. residue      D. none of the above


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