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Do particles in a solution and colloid settle?

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particles in a solution and colloid will settle out over time..

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A colloid. The particles do not settle out, but stay suspended.


a true solution is a homogenous mixture which does not scatter light. A colloid has larger particles which do not settle out but do scatter light.


milk is a colloid, and not a solution. the particles of casein do not settle out after standing.


They are different b/c suspensions have particles that do not settle down.


It is a solution because if let sit over time particles will settle. ------------------------------------------------ Actually there is evidence with the related link below that shows it is a colloid


No, that is false. A colloid contains larger particles than a solution.


No. A colloid has larger particles. In a solution the particles are individual atoms, molecules, or ions.


the three types of mixtures are solution, suspension, and colloid. Colloid is a mixture that like a solution does not settle out. It is a heterogeneous mixture. Suspension is a mixture containing a liquid in which visible particles settle out. It is also a heterogeneous mixture. Solution is a homogeneous mixture.


Colloidal particles are very tiny and move around due to temperature. They do not settle. A suspension consists of relatively large particles which will settle over time. A solution has one component dissolved into the other and will not settle.


I'm pretty sure that would be a colloid. Hope that helps!


A colloid is a mixture in which the particles are in suspension but are not in true solution.


Suspension has particles, same as colloids. However, the particles in a suspension do not settle down but if is no so for the colloid.


a solution is a well-mixed mixture containing a solvent and at least one solute that has the same properties throughout. a colloid is a mixture containing small, undissolved particles that do not settle out.


Colloid: A solid which is dispersed amongst a liquid. The solid particles do not settle. Not a solution, because the solid is not dissolved, it is dispersed. Solution: A Mixture of a liquid with a solid dissolved in it. Not a Colloid.


a colloid has smaller particles than a solution


A homogeneous solution contain ions or molecules.A colloid contain insoluble particles in the range 1-1000 nm.




A colloid is a solution where the particles inside it are between 1 and 1000 nanometers in diameter. The particles inside the solution are evenly dispersed throughout the solution and do not precipitate out.


There are several types of mixtures. One with particles that are larger than a solute and solution is a colloid, where the particles remain in suspension.


Depending on the particles dimension: - between 1 and 1000 nm is a colloid - above 1000 nm is a suspension - the solution hasn't visible particles


a solution is a well-mixed mixture containing a solvent and at least one solute that has the same properties throughout. a colloid is a mixture containing small, undissolved particles that do not settle out. and a suspension is a mixture in which particles can be seen and easily separated by settling or filtration.


A solution has the smallest particles, of the mixtures that you list.


A colloid is not a true solution because the size of solute particles in colloidal solution are larger than the size of solute particles in True solutions. And unlike True solution colloid scatter beam of light and renders its path visible.



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