Crude oil can be separated into its constituent parts based on their boiling points. What technique uses this principle?
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You should look these words up on the internet, it's pretty self-explanatory once you know what they are - i'd hate to rob you of the privilege of knowledge lol
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no, chromatography is a general word used for a lot of different processes, but the answer here is distillation - it involved heating a substance to evaporate compounds sequentially based on their BPs
this explains what distillation is in further detail
oh my bad, but thank you i suck in this subject
i have one last question
Which is a chemical property of vinegar?
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pH is about 2.4
freezes around 2 degrees Celsius
it is a transparent liquid
it boils at 100 degrees Celsius
no problem, people learn at different rates.
For this one, you need to know how to distinguish between physical and chemical properties. Take a look at this
would the answer to this be A? sense PH is part of a chemical property
that's right, pH is a measure of \(H^+\) ions in a solution
yay i got one right lol thank you so much for helping me