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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

find out the solubility of sugar, salt, vegetable oil, sand, honey, glucose, wheat, flour, soap powder, lime juice, milk, vinegar, and ink in water identitfy soluble and insoluble substances in water and tabulate the results.

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

Define the following terms: (i)                Unsaturated solution (ii)              Saturated solution (iii)            Super-saturated solution

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

Define the following terms: (i)            Solution (ii)           Homogeneous solution

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

WHAT IS SATURATED SUBSTANCE

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

Which will be more soluble in water? Potassium nitrate - 32 grams (solubility in water) Sodium chloride - 36 grams (solubility in water)

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

What will be the effect of temperature on solubility of gases in water? State its consequences.

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

What is the effect of temperature on the solubility of a solute in a solvent?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

Lemonade is prepared by mixing lemon juice and sugar in water. You wish to add ice to cool it. Should you add ice to the lemonade before or after dissolving sugar? In which case would it be possible to dissolve more sugar?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

What do you mean by unsaturated solution?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

Can water dissolve any substance in any amount?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

You are given water at two different temperatures, one kept at 50oC and other at 80oC. In which case would it be possible to dissolve more sugar?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

How can you make a saturated solution unsaturated?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

Out of salt and sugar, which is more soluble in water?

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