1. The different substances in a mixture
.
A. keep their individual properties
B. combine chemically
C. form new molecules...
• The process of separating a liquid's
components by heating it to the point
of vaporization and collecting the
cooled con...
OTHER USES
• Distillation is by far the most common
method of separation in the petroleum,
natural gas, and petrochemical ...
OTHER USES
• Distillation is by far the most common
method of separation in the petroleum,
natural gas, and petrochemical ...
Distillation
Distillation
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Distillation

  1. 1. 1. The different substances in a mixture . A. keep their individual properties B. combine chemically C. form new molecules D. cannot be separated 2. A mixture that is the same through out, or is mixed so well it looks like one substance is a mixture. A. homogeneous B. heterogeneous C. pure D. man made 3. Mixtures can be separated into by physical changes. A. the individual atoms of the mixture B. the individual parts of the mixture C. new substances with new properties D. the individual elements that make up the compounds of the mixture 4. Which of the following is a mixture? A. sulfur B. water C. salt D. air
  2. 2. • The process of separating a liquid's components by heating it to the point of vaporization and collecting the cooled condensate (vapor that reverts to liquid through condensation) in order to obtain a purified and/or concentrated form
  3. 3. OTHER USES • Distillation is by far the most common method of separation in the petroleum, natural gas, and petrochemical industries. Its many applications in other industries include air fractionation, solvent recovery and recycling, separation of light isotopes such as hydrogen and deuterium, and production of alcoholic beverages, flavors, fatty acids, and food oils
  4. 4. OTHER USES • Distillation is by far the most common method of separation in the petroleum, natural gas, and petrochemical industries. Its many applications in other industries include air fractionation, solvent recovery and recycling, separation of light isotopes such as hydrogen and deuterium, and production of alcoholic beverages, flavors, fatty acids, and food oils

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