Milk is a homogeneous mixture as well as a colloid- it is the same throughout.
A Colloid is a noncrystalline, homogeneous substance consisting of large molecules or ultramicroscopic particles of one substance being dispersed throughout another substance. Yes, a gas can be a colloid. It would be considered an aerosol.
Milk is a colloid; I suppose that the mixture is not homogeneous.
Sugar water is a solution and not a colloid. Solutions are homogeneous mixtures of two or more components. In a solution, the substance is dissolved in the solute.
A hand cream is a mixture. To be more specific it is a liquid emulsion colloid. A colloid is a mixture that is in between heterogeneous and homogeneous.
A colloid is a type of homogeneous mixture. In this type of mixture, one substance is divided into insoluble particles and dispersed into another substance.
homogeneous and its a colloid
Homogeneous, then it is classified as a Colloid.
Paint is a homogeneous mixture because it is a colloid.
The mixture is homogeneous.
No, essentially it is a heterogeneous mixture.
No. It's a homogeneous solution.
no, it is a homogeneous mixture or a solution
Gelatin is considered a colloid, but can also be a homogeneous mixture.
*Solution *Suspension *Colloid
Yes. Carbon is an element, which is a homogeneous pure substance. It is not, however, a homogeneous mixture, which is not a pure substance.
Not always. There are 3 types of mixtures: heterogeneous, homogeneous, colloid, and alloys. These are the properties of these 3 mixtures:Heterogeneous: mixtures that can be easily separated Exp.: trail mixHomogeneous: mixtures that looks the same throughout and can be evenly mixed Exp.: salt waterColloid: a mechanical mixture where one substance is dispersed evenly throughout another.So here are the properties of these mixtures. Now you know that not all mixtures are homogeneous.
Yes - dust is considered a colloid. A colloid is a substance microscopically dispersed evenly throughout another substance. Dust is an aerosol - it is a colloid suspension of fine solid particles in gas.
Yes. Water is a homogeneous (pure) substance.
A typical solution is a homogeneous mixture with only one phase; a suspension is a nonhomogeneous mixture.For a colloid the answer is more complicate: the appearance is homogeneous, single phase but at a microscopic scale the system is not homogeneous.
They are both clear, homogeneous mixtures
A colloid is when a substance is suspended in another substance, usually a liquid. For example, whole milk is a colloid because the milk solids are suspended in a solution of water.
Homogeneous can it be used as one substance
Sugar is a compound, which is a homogeneous substance, but not a mixture.
A colloid is a homogeneous, noncrystalline substance consisting of particles of one substance dispersed through another substance. Some common colloids are gels, sols, and emulsions. Particles cannot be separated out by ordinary filtering or centrifuging and will not settle.