Mar 12, 2018Instructions Pour dry breakfast cereal onto a surface and crush into a powder with a rolling pin. Put your magnet into the cereal dust. Carefully lift the magnet and you should see that tiny pieces of cereal are... Pour one to two bowlfuls of breakfast cereal into a transparent food bag. If the作者: Dr Stuart Farrimond
May 20, 2011But when you crush the cereal down, it helps to free up the iron particles, so they can be picked up by the magnet dissolving the other parts of the cereal frees up the iron even more . Share
Feb 05, 2020How to Get Iron from Breakfast Cereal Pour the cereal into the bowl or blender. Add sufficient water to completely cover the cereal it's not an exact measurement - you can add as much as you like as... Mash the cereal with a spoon or mix it with 预计阅读时间：1 分钟
uIron-fortified cereal contains pure iron, which can be separated from a mixture of the cereal and water. especially those made of iron and is caused by the motion of electric charges. Because iron has magnetic properties, during this experiment, a magnet is used to separate the iron particles from the cereal mixture. FORMULAS and EQUATIONS
attract to a magnet. Many breakfast cereals are fortified with iron, an essential mineral for transporting oxygen through the human body. The iron is part of a mixture with the cereal and can be physically separated using magnetic force. Based on nutritional information, some cereals have more iron
Many breakfast cereals are fortified with food-grade iron particles metallic iron as a mineral supplement. Metallic iron is digested in the stomach and eventually absorbed in the small intestine. If all of the iron from your body was extracted, you'd have enough iron to make only two small nails.
EquipmentHealth, Safety and Technical NotesProcedureTeaching NotesDemonstration1. Crush about 50 g of the cereal to create a powder and place in the beaker with about 500 cm3of water. 2. Drop in a white magnetic follower stirrer bar and place on a magnetic stirrer for a few minutes. 3. Retrieve the stirrer bar with forceps or tongs and study the grey coating it will have acquired, which conClass experimentThis can be done using the same procedure as for the demonstration. However, it is unlikely that many schools will have sufficient magnetic stirrers, so this alternative may be useful: 1. Place a few flakes of cereal on a table or bench surface. Hold the magnet close to the flakes and see if they stick to the mag在edu.rsc.org上查看更多信息
Iron in Cereal Separation of Mixtures Introduction Many breakfast cereals are iron fortified; they contain iron as well as many other essential vitamins and minerals. Most peo-ple would assume that the iron is in a soluble ionic form and not in its elemental state. This easy demonstration will show that surprisingly, iron is in its elemental state.