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Substances in a mixture are separated based on their physical properties.

Substances in a mixture are separated based on their physical properties.

How to Separate a Mixture of Sugar & Water

How to Separate a Mixture of Sugar & Water

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Illustration of Thirstin pointing to the completed project with the materials labeled (Fine Sand, Coarse Sand, Pebbles, Beaker, Coffee Filter)

Illustration of Thirstin pointing to the completed project with the materials labeled (Fine Sand, Coarse Sand, Pebbles, Beaker, Coffee Filter)

Chemistry 101: Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures

Chemistry 101: Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures

Invisible Soda! My 5th & 6th graders added milk to cola, let it sit overnight, and then "ewww"ed at the disgusting results after the phosphoric acid molecules in the soda combined with the milk molecules and separated the mixture. Find this experiment at http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/lab/experiments/invisible-soda

Invisible Soda! My 5th & 6th graders added milk to cola, let it sit overnight, and then "ewww"ed at the disgusting results after the phosphoric acid molecules in the soda combined with the milk molecules and separated the mixture. Find this experiment at http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/lab/experiments/invisible-soda

"Laminar boundary layer flow" - Tyler Clary of the United States competes in the Men's 200m Backstroke final during day fourteen of the 14th FINA World Championships at the Oriental Sports Center on July 29 in Shanghai, China. Photo by Adam Pretty

Great action shot from the FINA swimming championships

"Laminar boundary layer flow" - Tyler Clary of the United States competes in the Men's 200m Backstroke final during day fourteen of the 14th FINA World Championships at the Oriental Sports Center on July 29 in Shanghai, China. Photo by Adam Pretty

Compound vs. Mixture: A Simple Separation | Science | Classroom Resources | PBS Learning Media

Compound vs. Mixture: A Simple Separation | Science | Classroom Resources | PBS Learning Media

Finding the Density of Objects using Displacement of Water

Week 5- Properties of Water and Mixtures

"F**king buffoon." - 9GAG

"F**king buffoon."

How to Make a Borax Crystal Snowflake: 7 Steps (with Pictures)

Make a Borax Crystal Snowflake

How to Make a Borax Crystal Snowflake: 7 Steps (with Pictures)

Materials:  Plastic bottle....water bottle.  Veg. Oil  Water  Food coloring  Alka Seltzer    How to:  Pour Oil in first we used about 2 cups, then pour water we used about 1 cup.....you want more oil than water. Then food coloring, maybe 3-4 drops....Then cut or brake Alka Seltzer in to 4-5 pieces and drop in and watch the lave rise. Have to say it's pretty fun to watch.

Materials: Plastic bottle....water bottle. Veg. Oil Water Food coloring Alka Seltzer How to: Pour Oil in first we used about 2 cups, then pour water we used about 1 cup.....you want more oil than water. Then food coloring, maybe 3-4 drops....Then cut or brake Alka Seltzer in to 4-5 pieces and drop in and watch the lave rise. Have to say it's pretty fun to watch.