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Fractional distillation is a process by which elements in a chemical mixture are separated into different parts, referred to as fractions, corresponding to their boiling points. Fractional distillation is used to filter chemicals and to separate mixtures to achieve their components. This quiz focuses on what is the first physical process in distillation and a compound containing only hydrogen and carbon called. Take this quiz and discover what you know or don't know about fractional distillation.
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Fractional Distillation is an effective way to separate two miscible liquids that differ in......
Fractional distillation separate two liquids for which the difference in boiling point is less than...........
What is the first physical process to happen in distillation?
Why is an ethanol-water mixture more efficiently distilled using fractional distillation rather than simple distillation?
........................ is a process used to purify or concentrate liquids.
The boiling point of compounds decreases as hydrocarbon chain length gets longer.
Compound containing only hydrogen and carbon is called..................
Volatile fractions with a low boiling points are difficult to ignite.
What happens to a crude oil fraction when its temperature falls below its boiling point?
A hydrocarbon C4H10 has a boiling point of 0°C. Another hydrocarbon C6H14 has a boiling point of 69°C. What would you expect the boiling point of C8H18 to be?
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