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Old 05-26-2006, 10:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Scienceismylife_2006
i need to find out how to distill ink, milk, and vinegar
Look up the process of distillation. You basically boil something so you can separate two liquids, then condense the vapour into another bottle. The setup is complicated. Google it and you'll get a lot of info about how to do distillations. However, I believe you can only do distillations with liquids with a lower boiling temperature than water.

Also, what do you mean by distilling milk, vinegar, and ink? They're made of water. It's not like ethanol (rubbing alcohol) and water, in which they are TWO DIFFERENT compounds. You really can't distill the things you mentioned, unless you mean boil the water away and look at whatever is left. That is just mere boiling.
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