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how would you separate a mixture of NaCl, Fe pellets and water

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    Fe comes out with a magnet. Water evaporates to leave NaCl as a solid.

    A second procedure would be to filter the solution ( in which the NaCl is dissolved), Fe stays in the filter, then evaporate the water to leave NaCl.

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