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Separating Solutions

cava s2d24 chem 303 2.08 Separating Solutions

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Distillation uses [...] differences to separate *one* liquid from the rest of a mixture. Distillation uses boiling point differences to separate *one* liquid from the rest of a mixture.
[...] is the process by which a mixture is separated by being allowed to flow along some stationary substance. Chromatography is the process by which a mixture is separated by being allowed to flow along some stationary substance.
If liquids are separated by running them up a slip of paper, then paper is the [...] phase because it doesn't move. If liquids are separated by running them up a slip of paper, then paper is the stationary phase because it doesn't move.
In gas chromatography, a gas is mixed with a carrier gas such as helium (the [...] phase) and allowed to travel through a column of liquid or solid. In gas chromatography, a gas is mixed with a carrier gas such as helium (the mobile phase) and allowed to travel through a column of liquid or solid.
[...] is a kind of distillation that separates multiple parts (or 'fractions') of a mixture. Fractionation is a kind of distillation that separates multiple parts (or 'fractions') of a mixture.
Distillation separates [...] part(s); fractionation separates [...] part(s) of a mixture. Distillation separates one part; fractionation separates multiple parts of a mixture.
Crude oil (petroleum) is refined using [...] to separate out gasoline, mineral oils, kerosine, natural gas, etc. Crude oil (petroleum) is refined using fractionation to separate out gasoline, mineral oils, kerosine, natural gas, etc.
Filtering is used to separate the [...] part of a solution from the liquid portion (think coffee). Filtering is used to separate the solid part of a solution from the liquid portion (think coffee).
Osmosis is a kind of [-ing]. Hint: it can separate parts of a solution. Osmosis is a kind of filtering.
Osmosis is when water passes through a membrane (thin filter) that lets water through, but [...]. Osmosis is when water passes through a membrane (thin filter) that lets water through, but not much else through.
A [m-] is a thin layer... of pretty much anything. A membrane is a thin layer... of pretty much anything.
Distillation uses boiling point differences to separate *[...]* liquid from the rest of a mixture. Distillation uses boiling point differences to separate *one* liquid from the rest of a mixture.
Chromatography is the process by which a mixture is separated by being allowed to flow along some [...] substance. Chromatography is the process by which a mixture is separated by being allowed to flow along some stationary substance.
Fractionation is a kind of distillation that separates multiple [...] (or 'fractions') of a mixture. Fractionation is a kind of distillation that separates multiple parts (or 'fractions') of a mixture.
Fractionation is a kind of distillation that separates [...] parts (or 'fractions') of a mixture. Fractionation is a kind of distillation that separates multiple parts (or 'fractions') of a mixture.
Created by: mr.shapard