Chalk (Calcium carbonate, CaCO3) is a compound.
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
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
A colloid. It is not a solution - that would be clear because one compound is dissolved by the other. It is not a suspension - a suspension is solid particles mixed with a liquid
Mustard is a colloid and not a suspension!
Glue is not a suspension. Instead, it is considered a colloid. This is because glue can be dissolved by another compound.
Its a colloid because dog is a liquid dispersed in a gas is referred to as a fog.
Sand is a mixture and rarely is only one compound.
None of these. Water is a compound, which is a pure substance.
I think that it is a suspension
It is a suspension.
Water is a chemical compound: H2O.
Some are colloid, some are suspension.
is blood a solution, suspension, or colloid
Toothpaste is not a simple suspension but a Colloid suspension. A Colloid suspension is a suspension that has microscopic particles suspended in another substance.
Filtered maple syrup is a solution.
Copper sulfate is a chemical compound.
Is syrup and water a solution suspension or colloid
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 has the smallest particles, of the mixtures that you list.