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2009-11-19 22:33:44
2009-11-19 22:33:44

I'm pretty sure that would be a colloid.

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particles in a solution and colloid will settle out over time..

i don t know that is why i am asking ;) thanks

a true solution is a homogenous mixture which does not scatter light. A colloid has larger particles which do not settle out but do scatter light.

There are several types of mixtures. One with particles that are larger than a solute and solution is a colloid, where the particles remain in suspension.

The particles of a solution do not settle, whereas the particles of a suspension do settle.

It would take more time for smaller particles to settle because they are lighter than larger particles, making it harder for them to settle. Its is easier for larger particles to settle because if they bump up against each other they wont move much and their heavier weight will cause them to stay once settled.

Both solutions and suspensions are mixtures of two or more components. However, the particles in suspension are larger and will eventually settle out, where the particles in a solution are on the atomic or molecular level.

A suspension is a mixture from which particles settle out upon standing.

i think yes because it happens in the body

Mixtures in which some of the particles settle out are called suspensions. An example of a mixture is dirt mixed with a large amount of water. On the other hand, mixtures in which the particles do not settle out are called colloids.

Colloidal particles are very tiny and move around due to temperature. They do not settle. A suspension consists of relatively large particles which will settle over time. A solution has one component dissolved into the other and will not settle.

Solute particles do not settle in a solution because the size of the solute particles is very small and viewable only by using under a microsope. Its size is between .5 to 1 nanometers.

milk is a colloid, and not a solution. the particles of casein do not settle out after standing.

No. A homogeneous mixture (solution) is uniform throughout.

Particles in a suspension are larger than those in the solution, and therefore will settle out if left to stand. The are often large enough to be seen with the naked eye ( eg: sand in water) and can be filtered out with a filter. Lisa

Colloid have comparatively smaller particles and it is stable(particles do not settle down when left undisturbed). Whereas, suspensions have comparatively larger particles and they settle down after sometime when left undisturbed.

A heterogeneous mixture with large particles that never settle is called a colloidal suspension.

Salad dressing is a good example. I believe these types of mixtures are called suspensions because particles are suspended in the oil but then settle out after sitting for too long.

They won't because a colloidal mixture is a perfect solution...

A colloid. The particles do not settle out, but stay suspended.

Solution: it is a homogeneous mixture and doesn't contain any solid particles.Colloid: contain particles, dimensions 1 to 1 000 nm.Suspension: contain particles larger than 1 000 nm which has the ability to settle in time.Hydrate: it is a compound containing water in its crystalline structure.

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