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1

What is filtration?

A method of separating insoluble solids from liquids.

2

Can filtering be used to separate a solute from a solution? E.g. salt from saltwater.

No - only insoluble solids can be separated e.g. sand from water.

3

Identify the missing label

Clamp

4

Identify the missing label

Conical flask

5

Identify the missing label

Filter funnel

6

Identify the missing label

Filter paper

7

Identify the missing label

Filtrate

8

Identify the missing label

Residue

9

What is the student doing?

Filtering/Filtration

10

Give an example of where filtration is used in the real world.

  • Separating coffee solution from coffee beans in coffee machines.
  • Oil filters in cars stop dirt getting into a car engine.
  • Sand filters make water safe to drink

11

Describe how to carry out the process of filtration of rock salt

  • Add water to a rocksalt mixture
  • Stir. The salt dissolves, the sand does not.
  • Pour the mixture into a filter paper funnel. Salt solution passes through the paper. The residue is sand.