Is food coloring a solid liquid or gas?
solid. The chemicals used to color food are solids, usually a powder. The liquid you buy in the store is a solution of the powder. Just like salt is a solid powder but you can dissolve it in water. never heard of a gaseous food coloring.
It is a liquid.
a liquid could be food coloring and a gas could be vapor
Food coloring dissolves in water due to the fact that food coloring is actually an aqueous solution in the bottle. This means that the liquid is actually colored powder mixed in hot water to produce the food color. If you boiled off the liquid found in the bottle, you will find color powder left over. From there, you could add it back into a glass of water. It will dissolve because it dissociates when placed… Read More
It is a liquid because it is the "FOOD" of a plant.
liquid in liquid, gas in liquid, liquid in solid, gas in gas, gas in solid, solid in solid, solid in liquid
Chocolate as a prepared food product typically exists as a solid or liquid.
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 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
solid ==> liquid solid ==> gas liquid ==> solid liquid ==> gas gas ==> solid gas ==> liquid
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
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.
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.
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.
Some examples of diffusion of gas in liquid include when you add drops of food coloring to water or when you add bleach to water to clean something.
Mixing of a solid liquid or gas with a liquid or something a gas or solid? is a solution
Solid --> Liquid = melting Other changes of state: Solid --> Gas = sublimation Gas --> Solid = deposition Liquid --> Solid = freezing/solidification Gas --> Liquid = condensation Liquid --> Gas = vaporization
Particulate matter in air . . . solid in gas.
Matter can change in a few ways: # Solid-Liquid # Liquid-Gas # Gas-Solid # Solid-Gas # Gas-Liquid # Liquid-Solid. Using water as an example, it can melt (Solid-Liquid), it can evaporate (Liquid-Gas), it can condense (Gas-Liquid) and it can freeze(Liquid-Solid). For the Solid-Gas and Gas-Solid, there are some substances that skip the liquid stage completely such as what is commonly known as "dry ice." Dry Ice's chemical composition is composed of frozen CO2.
What is the scientific term to describe the change between gas to liquid to solid then solid to liquid to gas?
Gas -> liquid = condinsation Liquid -> solid = solidification Solid -> liquid = fusion Liquid -> gas = evaporation Solid directly to gas (with out becoming liquid) = sublimation Example = dry ice at room temperature.
melting- solid to liquid freezing- liquid to solid evaporation- liquid to gas condensation- gas to liquid sublimation- solid to gas deposition- gas to solid
* solid to liquid: melting * liquid to solid: freezing * liquid to gas: vaporization * gas to liquid: liquefaction * solid to gas: sublimation * gas to solid: deposition
sublimation deposition SOLID ============> GAS ==============> SOLID melting freezing SOLID ============> LIQUID =============> SOLID (solidfication) condensation vaporization GAS =============> LIQUID =============> GAS
Four examples of changes in state are: solid to gas (sublimation), gas to solid (deposition), solid to liquid (fusion), and gas to liquid (condensation). Four examples of change on state are liquid to solid, solid to liquid, liquid to a gas, and gas to a liquid.
Zinc is all, a solid, liquid, and a gas. when it is melted, it is a liquid, when the liquid is heated, it becomes a vapor, a gas, and when the liquid is froze is is a solid.
A solid is a solid. It is neither liquid nor a gas.
Condensation (gas to liquid or solid or liquid to solid), vaporization (liquid or solid to gas), sublimation (solid to gas), solidification (liquid to solid), or melting (solid to liquid).
There are three, solid, liquid, and gas. There are three, solid, liquid, and gas. There are three, solid, liquid, and gas.
solid to liquid = melting liquid to gas = evaporation solid to gas = sublimation
It is not a solid, liquid or gas.
solid liquid gas...
There are five common state changes between the three common states of matter. They are melting (solid to liquid), freezing (liquid to solid), condensation (gas to liquid), evaporation (gas to liquid) and sublimation (solid to gas, gas to solid).
Solid ==> liquid Liquid ==> gas Gas ==> liquid Liquid ==> solid
There are 8: melting: solid to liquid sublimation: solid to gas freezing: liquid to solid vaporization: liquid to gas condensing: gas to liquid depostition: gas to solid ionization: gas to plasma deionization: plasma to gas
gas -> liquid = condensing liquid -> gas = evaporating liquid -> solid = freezing solid -> liquid = melting solid -> gas= sublimating liquid -> gas= boiling
solid melts to liquid. liquid vaporizes to a gas. to get from a solid to a gas is called sublimation.
gas -> liquid = condensation liquid -> solid = solidification (freezing) solid -> gas = sublimation gas -> solid = deposition solid -> liquid = melting liquid -> solid = vaporization
Liquid to Gas = Evaporation Gas to Liquid = Condensation Solid to Liquid = Melting Liquid to Solid = Freezing
Solid to Liquid = Melting Liquid to Gas = Evaporation boiling Gas to Liquid = Condensation Liquid to Solid = Freezing
Gas -> liquid = condensation Liquid -> solid = solidification Solid -> liquid = fusion Liquid -> gas = evaporation Solid directly to gas (with out becoming liquid) = sublimation Example = dry ice at room temperature.
a phase change: solid to liquid: melting liquid to solid: freezing liquid to gas: vaporization gas to liquid: condensation solid to gas: sublimation gas to solid: deposition
solid to liquid = melting liquid to solid = freezing liquid to gas = evaporation gas to liquid = condensation solid to gas = sublimation (aka vaporisation) gas to solid = de-sublimation
matter can be changed from a solid to a liquid and then to a gas because a solid can melt and turn into liquid and then the liquid can evaporate and turn into a gas
Solid to liquid is melting Liquid to Gas is evaporation Solid to gas is sublimination Liquid to solid is freezing Gas to liquid is condensing
Solid to liquid - it is freezing. Liquid to solid - melting. Liquid to gas - evaporation. Gas to liquid - condensation. Solid to gas - sublimation.
Liquid to gas is called evaporation. Gas to liquid is called condensation. Solid to liquid is called melting. Liquid to solid is called freezing. (solidification) Gas to solid is called deposition. Solid to gas is called sublimation.
A liquid solution can be made from solid, liquid or a gas solute.Hence a solution can be sold , liquid or a gas.
Is barium a solid liquid or gas.