How to separate sulfur and carbon powders? [closed]

How can someone separate two elemental solids, in powder form, that are mixed together?

If I have a powder, and its mass is 60% carbon and 40% sulfur, how do I separate one from another in a high school level laboratory?

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• If it's mixture of two powders - pure sulfur and carbon then flotation is suitable method. – Mithoron Jul 31 '16 at 16:44

2. Sulfur is somewhat soluble in toluene and in carbon disulfide, but both are toxic and flammable, with $\ce{CS2}$ being particularly easy to ignite. These are not safe to use without proper training and equipment.