Solving Problems using Methods of Separation (2)
Added by Dr. Phil Brown on Dec 15, 2008
This activity aims to show students how to analyse and interpret data by graphical means. The given task involves analysing and using solubility data to see how salts can be separated by crystallisation.
This item teaches:
- about crystallisation as a means of separating mixtures
- about the crystallisation of salt solutions to produce solid salt
- about the use of solubility curves to determine when crystallisation may occur
- Periodic Table
- Inorganic Chemistry
- graph, solubility, crystallisation, separation
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