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The melting points of canola oil, corn oil, sunflower oil, and peanut oil are 10°C, –11°C, –17°C, and –2°C. Based on this information, how might you separate one type of oil from the rest in a mixture of all four?

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    simple distillation liquid chromatography paper chromatography cooling in a freezer

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    simple distillation

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    When dealing with a mixture, you would separate them by boiling them off. Therefore, your answer would be A... When you distill a mixture of different substances they will boil at different temperatures, and will separate accordingly.

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