Test: Separation Of Substances - 1


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QUESTION: 1

The method of separation used to separate stones from rice is

Solution:

The method of separation of used to separate stone from rice is hand picking.

QUESTION: 2

The separation of grains from husk in done by the process of

Solution:

Winnowing is used to separates heavier and lighter components of a mixture by wind or by blowing air. This process is done by the farmers to separate lighter husk particles from heavier seeds of grain.

As the husks are lighter than grains, grains and husk can be separated by the process of winnowing.

QUESTION: 3

Chalk powder suspension in water can be separated by

Solution:

Filtration is a method used to filter insoluble substance from its solution. Chalk powder is collected as a residue on filter paper and water is collected as a filtrate. 

QUESTION: 4

A solution of salt is a

Solution:

A solution of salt and water is a homogenous solution as no separate boundary is formed.

QUESTION: 5

The properties used to separate two solids from a mixture by winnowing is

Solution:

Difference in weight is the properties used to separate two solids from a mixture by winnowing.

QUESTION: 6

Most of the substance that see around us are

Solution:

Most of the substances that we see around us are mixture of two or more substances.

QUESTION: 7

Which of the following dissolve in water?

Solution:

Solids, liquids and gases all dissolves in water depending upon the type of the solute.

QUESTION: 8

The dust particles in the water can be helped to settle down faster by using

Solution:

Suspended particles in water can be settled down by using alum as dust particles in water settled faster.

QUESTION: 9

The process by which the unwanted solid particles are removed from the liquid is called

Solution:

The process by which the unwanted solid particles are removed from the liquid is called as filtration.

QUESTION: 10

Boiling point of pure water is

Solution:

Boiling point of pure water is 1000C. 

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