In CBSE Grade 9 SC text book mentioned 25 degree K is the minimum difference of boiling point required to apply distilation technique to seperate mixture, but in most of the site it mentioned 25 degree Celcius , which one is correct?
Asked by Nimmi | 2nd Jul, 2018, 11:02: AM
For separation of liquid mixtures whose difference in boiling points is more than 25°C, then distillation method is used.
And if the difference between soluble liquid mixture is less than 25°C, then the separation is carried out by using fractional distillation method.
Answered by Ramandeep | 2nd Jul, 2018, 11:13: AM
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