Can you obtain water from ink, vinegar, milk?

Many materials in the nature are in the form of a mixture of two or more chemicals. Separation of materials and extraction of one substance from a mixture is a common process in every chemical factory. Extraction of pure sugar from sugar cane, extraction of sodium chloride and magnesium chloride from salty waters, and extraction of gasoline from crude oil are examples of such separations. In this project we will try to find out if it is possible to extract water from Ink, Vinegar and Milk.

Boiling and condensing
 Project description
Differences in physical properties such as boiling point and freezing point can often be used to separate different material from a mixture. In this project you will attempt to extract pure water from Ink, Milk and Vinegar. 
 Details of this project
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