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G) Flotation A separation or an enrichment can sometimes be secured rapidly by simple flotation. The latter is accomplished by shaking a suspension with an organic liquid that is not miscible with water. The surface tension is altered and the fine particles of the solid material ball together and collect as a thin film at the interface between the water and the organic liquid phases. This method is especially advisable when precipitate formation must be shown after a reagent has been added to a considerable volume of the test liquid.
19. They are filled several times with distilled water but without removing the washing device. Dropping pipets are cleansed by repeated filling with water. The rubber bulb and the pipet are finally taken apart and both are rinsed with distilled water applied from a wash bottle. Transfer pipets are cleaned by blowing water through them from a wash bottle. Fig. 19. Device for withdrawing liquid from a centrifuge tube by suction Small amounts of a precipitate can be collected by centrifuging in a micro centrifuge tube and thus made more visible and more readily handled for further treatment.