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a colloid has smaller particles than a solution


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No, a solution has much smaller particles than a colloid. In a solution the particles are individual atoms, molecules, or ions.

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.

In a solution, the solute particles are generally of molecular size or smaller, even much smaller than those in a colloid.

Colloids have particles smaller than those in suspension and larger than those in solutions.

the smaller particles have a smaller mass than larger particles, which have a larger mass.

Particles that are smaller than an atom are called sub-atomic particles.

No, It makes the individual particles of it's amount smaller.

Subatomic particles are particles that are smaller than the atom.

a particle smaller then an atom is known as quarks or it can be subatomic particles

particle is a general term. subatomic particles are smaller than atoms. dirt particles, for example, are much bigger than atoms

It depends on which particles you are referring to, and in order to answer this question fully I would need to give you a crash course on string theory. In short, there are particles called quarks, which are smaller than protons and neutrons, but not smaller than electrons.

A solution is hypertonic when it has a greater concentration of particles than another solution. In contrast, a hypotonic solution has a lower concentration of particles than another solution. If they have the same concentration, the two solutions are said to be isotonic.

The dispersed particles of a suspension are larger than the particles of a colloid.

A colloid is a mixture where the size of the particles is less than the particles of suspension. These particles are uniformly spread out throught the solution. Due to relatively smaller size of particlesas compared to solution this appears to be homogenious.but a colloid solution is ahetrerogeneous mixture.The componenys of a colloid are in a dispersed phase in a milk

Ice particles smaller than 5 millimeters in diameter is called "Sleet."

Smaller than subatomic particles are quarks and gluons.

No they aren't. Particles in general are smaller than molecules.

The A horizon has smaller rocks and mineral particles than any other layers.....

Yes, because smaller particles are more exposed to air (large surface area).

Particles in a suspension are larger than the particles of a solution, but they are not always so small that they cannot be easily seen with the eye.

No it is bigger.larger than clay but smaller than sand particles" - DESCRIBING SILT

thesubatomic particles are the particles smaller than an atom

Particles that are smaller than an atom, e.g. electrons, neutrons, protons.

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