Example To separate acetone and water from their mixture. Procedure (i) Take the mixture in a distillation flask. Fit it with a thermometer. (ii) Set the apparatus as shown in the figure given below. (iii) Heat the mixture slowly and note the reading of thermometer. (iv) The acetone vaporizes condenser in condenser an can be collected in the beaker. (v) Water is left behind in the distillation flask. (2) OR Difference between true solutions, suspension and colloid
|Type of mixture||Homogeneous||Heterogeneous||Heterogeneous but appears to be homogeneous.|
|Stability||Stable, particles do not settle down on keeping.||Not stable, particulars settle down filter paper.||Stable, particles do not settle down on keeping.|
|Filterability||Passes through filter paper.||Do not pass through filter paper.||Passes through filter paper.|
|Size of solute||Very small i.e., less thancm in diameter.||Quite large i.e., large than cm in diameter||Between cm and cm in diameter|
|Visibility of particles||Not visible even with a powerful microscope.||Visible even with naked eyes.||Visible with the help of a microscope|
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