Is paint thinner a solution a mechanical mixture a suspension or a colloid?
Paint thinner is a solution.
it is an suspension
your telling me
Mechanical Mixture, because you can physically separate it.
Yes, it is a type of mixture as mixtures are made of 4 categories: Mechanical Mixture (which is different than a solution), Colloid, Suspension, and Solution. So yes, a solution is a type of mixture just not a Mechanical Mixture.
Mixtures are the mixture of pure substances which can be classified into four categories: Colloid, Suspension, Mechanical mixture, and Solution. So a solution is a type of mixture, as is the other 3 categories.
i think it's a colloid- which is the mixture that is in between a solution and suspension.
A colloid is a mixture in which the particles are in suspension but are not in true solution.
a mixture of rocks an mierals
*Solution *Suspension *Colloid
Good question, You use the variables that make it a solution suspension or colloid. Like a solution is a mixture of dissolved particles, a suspention is partly dissolved particles that are suspended in the mixture, and a colloid is somewhere in between. -Zane Chandler
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.
the kinds of mixture are coarse mixture, suspension, colloid and solution
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.
The sodium chloride solution is a homogeneous mixture.
The size of its particles
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
It's a suspension.
solution. i remember putting mechanical mixture on mr provincial and getting it wrong.
based on size of its largest particle
A colloid is not a single compound; it is a mixture with properties between those of a solution and fine suspension.
A colloid is a mixture that appears to be a solution but it is actually a mechanical mixture. Two examples of a colloid are : MILK and STARCH DISSOLVED IN WATER.
A Colloid is a type of mechanical mixture in which extremely small particles of on or more substances are evenly and stably distributed in one or more others. A Suspension is a mechanical mixture consisting of a liquid or gas with small particles that are distributed through it, but that separate out if the suspension is left undisturbed
it is a suspension
A solution has the smallest particles, of the mixtures that you list.
Mercury is an element; its symbol is Hg. You can find it on the Periodic Table of Elements in the transition state section.
Colloid: A colloid is a lot like a suspension. The only difference is that the dust is so fine that it wont settle down in the water. Colloid liquids are fairly merky Mixture: A Mixture contains different 2 or more substances. Suspension: A liquid that contains visible, invisible and in-soluble particles. Solution: To see a solution, hold the liquid up to the light. Small particles should be seen. A solution must contain more than 1… Read More
air is somtimes a suspension due to fog and polution air is somtimes a suspension due to fog and polution
Solution. If not maybe Colloid or Suspension.
Gasoline is a mixture of several hydrocarbons and various additives.
a solution is a well-mixed mixture containing a solvent and at least one solute that has the same properties throughout. a colloid is a mixture containing small, undissolved particles that do not settle out. and a suspension is a mixture in which particles can be seen and easily separated by settling or filtration.
A colloid mixture is a mixture that does not settle but has one substance split into tiny particles that spread through the other substance. It is one of the three primary mixture types along with suspension and solution. Smoke and fog are examples of a colloid mixture.
Which of these is a homogeneous mixture that forms when sugar is dissolved in a glass of hot water- solution suspension colloid or substance?
It is a Solution.
I think the dust in air is neither a colloid, a suspension nor a solution. REASONS: 1. You can not say that it is a colloid because the common characteristic of a colloid is sticky like lotions and gels; 2. You can not say that it is a suspension because if it is, we should be able to identify easily the solid particles in the air which is the dust; 3. You can not say… Read More
The Four Types of Mixture are: Mechanical Mixture Solution Suspension Colloids
Sand is a mixture and rarely is only one compound.
If the mixture is completely homogeneous, then the mixture is true solution as in the solution the solute particles are completely dissolved and have uniform composition. These are transparent. A colloid is a type of mixture in which one substance is dispersed evenly throughout another. These are mostly translucent, for example:-milk. A suspension is most easy to identify since the solute particles do not dissolve in the solution. They either keep floating in the solution… Read More
Vinegar is a homogeneous solution of acetic (ethanoic) acid in water.
Which criteria are responsible for deciding whether a heterogeneous mixture is a colloid or a suspension?
If the mixture is completely homogeneous, then the mixture is true solution as in the solution the solute particles are completely dissolved and have uniform composition. These are transparent.
its a chemical mixture that you put on your finger and toe nails to make them shiny.
fog is a compound because fog is mainly made up of water vapor and water is a compound. so it's just like another state of water.
Air is neither a colloïd solution nor suspension. It is quite the opposite: a homogeneous mixture, like ALL gases do: there is only ONE existent gas phase .
A suspension is a mixture whose component parts will eventually separate given time. A colloid will remain as a mixture and is unable to be separated by conventional means.
A mixture may be a solution, a suspension, etc.
It is a mixture. NaCl completely ionizes in water to Na+ and Cl-, and is dispersed evenly throughout the solution
Colloid, Suspension and Solution A colloid is a homogeneous solution with intermediate particle size between a solution and a suspension. Colloid particles may be seen in a beam of light such as dust in air in a "shaft" of sunlight. Milk, fog, and jello are examples of colloids. In contrast a suspension is a heterogeneous mixture of larger particles. These particles are visible and will settle out on standing. Examples of suspensions are: fine sand… Read More
KINDS OF MIXTURES -Solution -Suspension -Colloid Solution -is a high single phase, homogeneous mixture whose components are uniformly distributed throughout. Suspension -or coarse mixture components are visible as separated phases. Colloid -was originally applied to sticky substance when mixed w/ water, do not pass through a parchment membrane. hope it's help - email@example.com
A true solution has only one phase. Suspensions and colloids have two phases; the particles dimension is different.