in article bj66oe$ltn$[Only registered users see links. ].ntu.edu.tw, Joćo Antonio at [Only registered users see links. ] wrote on 9/3/03 7:09 PM:
If fractional recrystallization is not a physical process, I do not know
what a physical process is. Chemists use it all the time. Some may use it
without even understanding it.
The chemical process was completed when soluble salts, probably chlorides,
were prepared. Barium sulfate and radium sulfate, are extremely insoluble.
If radium sulfate were soluble, separation would have been a snap.
The moron referred to by the imbecile.
(I hate being so negative, but I can be if turned on.)