Concrete is a solid liquid.
Wool is a solid.
General classes of colloids are: gas in liquid, gas in solid, liquid in gas, liquid in liquid, liquid in solid, solid in gas, solid in liquid, solid in solid.
These nine types of solution are solid to solid solid to liquid solid to gas liquid to solid liquid to liquid liquid to gas gas to solid gas to liquid gas to gas
solid ==> liquid solid ==> gas liquid ==> solid liquid ==> gas gas ==> solid gas ==> liquid
from liquid to solid, from gas to liquid, from solid to liquid, from solid to gas, from liquid to gas, from gas to plasma, etc.
Solid to Gas ~ Sublimation Solid to Liquid ~ Fusion Liquid to Solid ~ Solidification Liquid to Gas ~ Evaporation Gas to Solid ~ Solid Condensation Gas to Liquid ~ Liquid Condensation
Yes. The solvent and solute in a solution can be solid, liquid or gas. You can have: A gas dissolved in a gas (air). A gas dissolved in a solid (hydrogen in metal). A solid in a solid (alloys). or ones containing liquid: gas in liquid liquid in liquid solid in liquid liquid in solid
evaporation solid to liquid - melting liquid to gas - evaporation gas to liquid - condensation liquid to solid - freezing solid to gas and gas to solid - sublimation
Mixing of a solid liquid or gas with a liquid or something a gas or solid? is a solution
ANSWER:- There are nine types of solution:- (1). Gas of Gas. (2).Gas of Liquid. (3).Gas of Solid. (4).Liquid of Gas. (5).Liquid of Liquid. (6).Liquid of Solid. (7).Solid of Solid. (8).Solid of Liquid. (9).Solid of Gas.
A deposition is a change of state ether from a gas to a solid, liquid to solid, solid to gas, solid to liquid, liquid to gas or gas to liquid.
Solid to liquid: melting Liquid to solid: freezingLiquid to gas: vaporization Gas to liquid: condensation
It is a liquid hahahahah
Particulate matter in air . . . solid in gas.
liquid in liquid, gas in liquid, liquid in solid, gas in gas, gas in solid, solid in solid, solid in liquid
The only reason you are asking that question is because you're dumb
solid liquid gas...
It is not a solid, liquid or gas.