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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

Define Handpicking and Sieving with an example

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

Give examples of applications of properties like sink float and insoluble in practical life 

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

What methods can be used to separate components of a mixture of an insoluble solid and a liquid?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

What is sedimentation?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

What is the major difference between decantation and filtration?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

Which method of separating tea leaves from prepared tea is better, decantation or filtration?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

Explain how will you separate a mixture of salt, sand and water? Can decantation be used for separating a mixture of kerosene and petrol? Give reasons for your answer.

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

How will you separate oil and water from their mixture?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

How will you separate sand and water from their mixture?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

When milk cooled after boiling is poured onto a piece of cloth, the cream is left behind on it. What is this process called?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

What do you mean by supernatant?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

What are sediments?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Separation of Substances

Give two examples where decantation can be used.

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