Procedure for separating the components of the gun-powder

Briefly describe the procedure for separating the components of the gun-powder?

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At first introduce water and then filter the particulates out. The liquid would be mainly potassium nitrate as there will be a finite quantity of solubility of the other two compounds. Next introduce the carbon disulfide and filter the carbon away from the soluble sulphur. They would be cleaned up adequately enough.

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