NCERT Class 6 Science Chapter 5 Separation of Substances MCQ | Questions & Answers

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1. The technique that separates a liquid from an insoluble solid by carefully pouring off the liquid is called ____.

2. Butter is separated from milk by

3. A mixture of iodine and sand can be separated by:

4. The separation technique used to separate a solid‐solid mixture is ____.

5. A mixture of tea leaves and iron filling can be separated by:

6. Mixtures need to be separated because

7. Suppose you are making some tea, and have boiled water and added tea leaves to the water. Then you realize that you cannot find the strainer. You look for a clean piece of cloth, but do not find one. What method would you like to apply for a cup of tea without leaves

8. This harmful microbe in water causes typhoid and jaundice

9. A mixture of mustard oil and kerosene oil can be separated by:

10. Peanuts are separated from a mixture of peanuts and corn by ____.

11. A mixture of iodine and sand can be separated by:

12. Insects are separated from wheat by:

13. The method used to separate sand and saw dust is:

14. Larger quantity of salt can be dissolved in water by:

15. Filtration is a method to separate the components of a

16. Salt is obtained from sea water by drying it in the sun. The process is known as ‐_________.

17. The method of separation used to separate stones from rice is

18. ……………….. cannot dissolve any amount of substances:

19. Methods used to separate a mixture of salt and sand is by treating the mixture with water and then:

20. Vinegar is a solution of acetic acid in water. What kind of mixture is vinegar?

21. To separate husk from grains in a field by

22. The method of separating seeds of paddy from its stalks is called ___________.

23. A mixture of tea leaves and iron filling can be separated by:

24. the husk which is ………………., is carried away by the wind and forms a Separate heap at a short distance from the heap of grain,

25. When milk, cooled after boiling, is poured onto a piece of cloth the cream (malai) is left behind on it. This process of separating cream from milk is an example of ___________.