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What is the difference between a pure substance and a mixture?

A pure substance consists of either 1 single element or 1 types of molecule
A mixture has multiple different elements and/or molecule, and all are not chemically bonded

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Melting points of mixtures

Have multiple melting points due to the different substances melt at different temperatures

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At pure substance’s melting point

The atoms vibrate more as they gain more energy and move apart slightly

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Filtration can separate what mixtures

Mixtures with solids and liquids, e.g. sand in water

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Crystallisation can separate what substances?

(Evaporation)separates liquids and solid which have been dissolved into the water, e.g. salt or sugar dissolved in water

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How are substances separated by filtration?

There are small holes in filter paper, which allows the liquids through, but not the larger

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Solvent

The liquid in a locution

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Solute

The solid dissolved in a solution

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How does crystallisation work?

As the solvent is evaporated, the solution becomes more concentrated until the saturated solution starts to deposit the solute and slowly more solute is attached to the crystals and they grow larger

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What mixtures can be separated by chromatography?

Pigments in solutions such as ink can be separated by chromatography

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What do pure substances look like on chromatography paper?

Pure substances have 1 dot with 1 pigment

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What do mixtures look like on chromatography

Mixtures contain multiple different pigments which appear as different dots on the paper

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How are substances separated in chromatography?

Different substances are separated because they have different amounts of solubility, which allows them to move further up the sheet with the water

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How to calculate Rf value?

Distance travelled by solute/distance traveled by water

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What is simple distillation?

Simple distillation is used to separate a single solvent from a solute in a solution, such as taking the water from saline water

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What is fractional distillation?

Fractional distillation is used to separate multiple liquids from a mixture to separate crude oil

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How does fractional distillation work?

Fractional distillation works because all of the liquids have different boiling points and so in the fractioning columns there are sections at different temperatures where the different substances will condense and be seperated

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Why must water used in chemical analysis not contain dissolved salts

The salts could react with other chemicals being used an change the reaction

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How can fresh water be produced from sea water?

Sea water can be distilled to get fresh water and salt

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What are the steps needed to make fresh water suitable for drinking(3 main steps)

Reservoir, so the large bits can settle or float to the top, the water is extracted toward the bottom but up a bit so logs float to the top and larger silt sinks to the bottom
Filtration through sand then gravel, to remove smaller particles
Chlorination, to remove bacteria