Separation by melting and by magnets

LC1.1.3.3
Separation by melting and by magnets
Separation by melting and by magnets

Description

The students learn about two other separation methods called separation by melting and by magnets. They separate sulphur powder from sea sand using the melting-out method and iron powder from polystyrene using the magnetic separation method. You will realise that the material properties of melting point and magnetisability make these separation processes possible.

Components of equipment sets

1 6718270  4 
Iron powder, coarse, 500 g LD
1 6748200  4 
Sea sand, purified, 250 g LD
1 6749520  4 
Polystyrene (Styropor P), 100 g LD
1 6747610  4 
Sulfur, sublimed, 500 g LD
GHS07 H315
1 30945  4 
Universal pencil LD
1 667031  4 
Test tube holder 20 mm Ø LD
1 667057  4 
Test tube rack metal 20 mm Ø LD
1 6045682  4 
Powder spatula, steel, 185 mm LD
1 664154  4 
Watch glass dish 80 mm Ø LD
1 664441  4 
Evaporating dish 60 mm Ø LD
2 6640421  4 
Test tube Fiolax 16 mm x 160 mm LD
1 51050  4 
Bar magnet LD
1 610010  8 
Laboratory safety goggles LD
1 6667031  8 
Teclu burner, propane LD
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