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how would you separate oil and water
Weegy: there are several ways. you could seperate by density. such as in a centrifuge you could seperate by boiling point. such as in distillation apparatus you could decant you could us a seperatory funnel you could try a third species. [ like a nonpolar organic liquid ] User: how would you separate sand and gravel Weegy: Lay a piece of plastic or tarp on the ground. On top of this, place several five-gallon buckets or a wooden box frame. The plastic will help catch what the buckets miss. 2 Find a heavy-duty wire mesh screen. [ The holes in the mesh need to be fine enough to separate the sand from the gravel. Choose a screen that will not buckle or bend beneath the weight of the gravel you put on it. If you don't have much sand and gravel to separate, use a window screen. Place this over the heavy-duty screen so it will not bend or come apart. A colander used for the kitchen also works. Read more: How to Separate Sand & Gravel | eHow.com ] (More)
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Weegy: Do you have a question? User: yes i do Weegy: Hi, what can I help you with today? User: how would you seperate oil and water Weegy: Just let them sit and the oil will all rise to the top and float on top of the water. The best way to then separate them is with a separatory funnel - a teardrop shaped container with a stopcock at the bottom. [ It allows you to drain out the water from under the oil. ] (More)
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