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Separation of water and sand

  1. 1. THE DIVERSITY OF MATTERPhysics and Chemistry: 3rd Secondary Education http://dotsub.com/view/14a6fd22-4a19-445b-b5a8-7a84a6dde7b9Before watching the video1. Write the name of the following apparatus found in the science laboratory.Which *piece of apparatus would you use to separate a mixture of sand and water?Discuss with your partner. measuring cylinder – test tube – beaker – conical flask – evaporating basin1. 2. 3. 4. 5. I think / believe / in my opinion / it seems to me / as far as I am concerned…After watching the video2. Do you know how to separate a mixture of sand and water? First of all, write thecorrect name next to the definitions. sedimentation – decantation1. The process of settling down of heavier insoluble particles from a mixture is called______________________.2. The process of transferring the clear liquid without disturbing the sediments is known as______________________.3. Choose the correct answer.a. Mixture of sand and water can be separated by sedimentation.b. Mixture of sand and water can be separated by decantation.c. Mixture of sand and water can be separated by sedimentation and decantation.4. Explain in your own language what you understood after watching the video. Extra marks ifyou do it in English!*Notice the word “apparatus” is uncountable. To refer to one, you must say “a piece of apparatus”©Ángela M. Ruiz Montero – http://letsclil.blogspot.com
  2. 2. THE DIVERSITY OF MATTERPhysics and Chemistry: 3rd Secondary EducationAnswers1 1evaporating basin 2test tube 3beaker 4measuring cylinder 5conical flask the beaker2 1sedimentation 2decantation3 c©Ángela M. Ruiz Montero – http://letsclil.blogspot.com

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