Q. 1 A4.2( 15 Votes )

Which separation

Answer :

Evaporation


Since, we know that Sodium chloride is soluble in water, so we can easily separate out Sodium chloride from water by evaporation. In this process, after evaporation water will evaporate and the Sodium chloride crystals will be remained.


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