#1
So...i need some help from my fellow UG'ers on my chem lab. Im supposed to separate a mixture of calcium carbonate ( CaCO3) and sodium chloride (NaCl). any suggestions?
the only materials i have are:
-beaker
-graduated cylinder
-filter paper
-filter
-ring stand
-rind
-evaporating dish
-watch glass
-spatula
-vial(s)
-distilled water
-scale
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#2
Ok.

You put the CaCO3 and NaCl into the water, and heat the water with a bunsen burner that I'm pretty sure you just forgot to list. Then pour the mixture through the filter and you come out wiht NaCl. I'm not sure if that's all you need, but it's a start. Good luck. I hated chemistry.
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