How do we separate Sodium from a mixture of sodium chloride and water soluble impurities?
Sodium? As in Na? In water? HA!
2Na + 2H2O --> 2NaOH + H2
ie. Sodium doesn't exist in water because it will react with it.
No, he mentioned from NaCl, which is a salt and not from the metal Na :)
What other water impurities? You must specify otherwise we will not stroke your rod with much efficiency.
Use an ion exchange resin.
Thanks Monique, you clarified my question but still i cant find any answer to my question.
I think you need to clarify your goal a little bit, you want to get rid of the Na+ or you want to isolate Na+.. there is a difference :)
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