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    1 : Separation Techniques
    2 : Separation Techniques Contents Introduction Decantation Filtration Distillation Centrifugation
    3 : What is Separation? Separation is a process separates components of a mixture from each other without substantial chemical modification. Separation Techniques
    4 : Decantation Decantation is a fast method for separating a mixture of a liquid and a heavier solid. In this process, first the solid impurities are allowed to sediment at the bottom of the container. Then, the pure liquid is poured out carefully from the container into another container. The precipitate or solid is left behind at the bottom of the container. e.g. In red wine, where the wine is decanted from the potassium bitartrate crystals. Separation Techniques
    5 : Decantation Separation Techniques
    6 : Filtration Filtration is a mechanical or physical process to separate solid particulates from fluids. Filtration is used to separate particles and fluid in a suspension, where the fluid can be a liquid, a gas or a supercritical fluid. Depending on the application, either one or both of the components may be isolated. Separation Techniques
    7 : Filtration Separation Techniques
    8 : Distillation Distillation is a method of separating mixtures based on differences in volatilities of components in a boiling liquid mixture. Distillation is a unit operation, or a physical separation process, and not a chemical reaction. Separation Techniques
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    12 : Centrifugation Separation Techniques Involves the use of the centrifugal force. More dense components migrate away. Solid particles remain on the bottom.
    13 : Centrifugation Separation Techniques This machine is used in dairy farms
    14 : Thank you Separation Techniques
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