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Mixing and Separating (Working With…

Mixing and Separating (Working With Materials)

by Chris Oxlade

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0778736407, Library Binding)

What is a mixture? Which materials dissolve in water? When do we use a filter? Read Mixing and Separating to learn that a mixture can be made of solids, liquids, or gases. Discover how we use mixtures in our lives and how we can separate mixtures using filters and magnets.

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In this Indian tale, adapted from a section of the epic poem The Mahabharata, a young man named Manu rescues a tiny fish from a stream. He has no idea what he has done, however, and soon, when the world is in danger, only the fish can help.

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