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.
A homogeneous solution is a solution without interfaces (a particle with visible sides/something floating around that is not completely saturated) that is not opaque. A heterogeneous solution is a solution with interfaces. A colloid is a solution that has no interfaces but is opaque. Saltwater (with the salt completely dissolved) is a homogeneous solution; water with sand mixed in is heterogeneous because it will eventually separate and the sand has interfaces: and skim milk is a colloid because it is opaque but has no interfaces.
Suspension and Colloid
A solution has the smallest particles, of the mixtures that you list.
Oil and vinegar form a heterogeneous mixture.
A pond isn't a element, compound, solution, colloid, or heterogeneous mixture. So it's either a suspension or a homogenous mixture My vote is suspension
There are 3 types of mixtures... - Solution - Colloid and - Suspension
milk, whip cream, fog
No. A colloid is a heterogeneous mixture.
Milk is a colloid. A colloid is a heterogeneous mixture composed of tiny particles suspended in another material
suspension, colloid and solution
Hot chocolate is a solution as far as mixtures and solutions go. I'm not sure about a colloid, though.
Vinegar is a homogeneous solution of acetic (ethanoic) acid in water.
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.
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 colloid is not a single compound; it is a mixture with properties between those of a solution and fine suspension.
Go colloid it is way better
Water is a chemical compound: H2O.