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Discussion Forum : General Science - Nuclear Science (Q.No. 5)
5.
Isotopes are separated by
crystallisation
sublimation
distillation
filtration
Answer: Option
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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Rapunzel said:   1 year ago
I understood, thanks for explaining.

Suraj Negi said:   3 years ago
A isotrop is a same atomic no but different molecular weight. A distillation process work on principal of boiling point but the mixture have a near about same boiling point can also use a azeotrope distillation.
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Prateek mishra said:   5 years ago
Yes, a pencil made by the graphite.
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Daniel said:   6 years ago
It is due to their physical properties.
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Ammy said:   7 years ago
What is isomer?
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Aman said:   8 years ago
It is due to their different physical properties.
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Rahul gupta said:   8 years ago
What are the use of another process other than distillation?
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Vinod kumar chaurasiya said:   8 years ago
No, it is impossible by distillation.
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Machhindra Mhatre said:   8 years ago
Cascade system is used to separate uranium isotopes like u235 and u238. Cascade system is filtration method.
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Saleh said:   9 years ago
Isotopes can be only separated by distillation process only.
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