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How does jello work?

    HOW JELLO WORKS         Jell-O is composed of long, stick-like molecules. When you dissolve it in hot water, those molecules separate, but as t

Two good examples of a colloid would be jello or?

Some examples of man made colloids are butter, jelly, smoke, dust,  shaving lather, whipped cream, mayonnaise, cosmetic lotion, pearl  and opal. For man made aerosols some e

What is jello made of?

Answer The gelatin comes from the marrow of animal bones. The same thing seen in a pan that has cooked a turkey or ham. The heat allows the gelatin to escape from the meat and

Is jello a plasma?

yes and one of the most simple to make. another example is the sun.

What is in Jello?

Once made up, Jello consists of water, gelatin, artificial flavors and colours and sweeteners.

What are colloids?

A colloid is a type of mechanical mixturewhere one substance is dispersed evenly throughout another. The particles of the dispersed substance are only suspended in the mixture

Does Jello have Pork in it?

No. It is made of animal bones. Seriously, ask your science teacher.   Yes, It's Pork. Here is the URL to the page on the manufacturers site.   http://kraftfoods.custhel

What makes a colloid a colloid?

A colloid is a substance that has tiny particles that do not settle. These particles are large enough to reflect light, therefore the substance's color is shown. An example ma

Is jello a solution?

Jello is not a solution; it is a colloid gel of small cells of a solution within a continuous but porous phase of gelatin.

What is a colloid?

A type of solution of intermediate sized particles suspended and completely dispersed in another substance. Because the particles are not completely dissolved (although disper