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how can the mixture of iron fillings and sulphur be separated?

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    Pick out the Fe pieces with a magnet. Dissolve the S in carbon disulfide.

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    spread a mixture on a white paper,hold a magnet above the mixture.iron filling are attracted by the magnet while the sulphur remain on the paper

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    mix the iron filling and sulphate powder and touch with magnet all iron filling attach with magnet.

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    Separate iron fillings n sulphur using a magnet

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