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The effect of scattering light by particles in a colloid mixture is called the Tyndall effect.

The Tyndall effect, or Tyndall scattering, was named after 19th century physicist John Tyndall. It has to do with light scattering through particles in a suspension.

The Tyndall effect is explained by the light scattering on colloids particles.

The Tyndall effect is light scattering by particles in a colloid or particles in a fine suspension. Under the Tyndall effect, the longer-wavelength light is more transmitted while the shorter-wavelength light is more reflected via scattering.

The Tyndall effect is provoked by light scattering on very small particles in a solution (colloidal solution or a suspension with fine particles).

The Tyndall effect is an effect of light scattering by colloidal particles or particles in suspension. Flour (a yellowish starch) may appear blue when in suspension due to the Tyndall effect.

IF the solution shows tyndall effect, the mixture is said to be colloidal.The Tyndall effect, also known as Tyndall scattering, is light scattering by particles in acolloid or particles in a fine suspension. It is named after the 19th century physicist John Tyndall.

The Tyndall effect a light scattering by particles in a colloid or in fine suspension. It is used to determine colloidal mixtures and suspensions.

Yes, in fact the definition of the tyndall effect is the scattering of light by colloids.

The Tyndall effect, also called Tyndall scattering, is light scattering via particles in a fine suspension. This effect normally creates strange color tinges when only this scattered light is seen, whereas with the movie projector the only real effect of the dust is revealing the beam of light, as the light itself still hits the screen clearly.

TYNDALL EFFECT-scattering of light in colloids,colloids are mixture containing particles that are intermediate in size between suspension and true solution.BY:SARAH BABES G.BENOBO

Yes, it does because tyndall effect is caused by scattering of light by small particles in colloidal solutions in transparent medium. (colloid means the mixture of particles less than size of particles in suspension)

The Tyndall effect is the result of particles or bubbles scattering light. When sodium chloride dissolves it breaks apart into individual ions, which are too small to scatter light.

Two classic examples are a blue sky or a suspension of flour in water. Both appear blueish due to the scattering of blue light by fine particles (the Tyndall effect).

the scattering of light by colloids is known as tyndall effect. it is named after the scientist who discovered it.

Tyndall effect can be used to identify the colloidal solution. colloidal solutions shows tyndall effect which is nothing but scattering of light due to presence of colloidal particles having diameter 10-4 to 10-7 cm. But it is observed by use of flash light and not by the use of diffuse light. colloidal particles can't be seen through naked eyes. So need to check by tyndall effect.

I think it is known as tyndall effect.....

The tyndall effect is a result of scattering from colloids that are around the wavelength of light, this is why milk does not appear blue.

If the beam of light is being refracted in a colloid it's known as the Tyndall Effect due to the Brownian motion of the particles in solution.

The Tyndall effect is an effect of light through a substance that has particles suspended. Solutions on their own don't have these particles, but colloidal suspensions are particles suspended within a solution and thus can display the Tyndall effect.

The scattering of light by particles in the atmospere making the sky appear blue as blue wavelengths are scattered more strongly compared to red wavelengths.

The phenomenon of scattering of light by colloidal particles as a result of which the path of the beam becomes visible visible is called Tyndall effect. Causes : The colloidal particles first absorb the incident light and then part of it gets scattered by them. Since the intensity of the scattered light is at right angles to the plane of the incident light, the part becomes visible only when seen in that direction.

The Tyndall effect is when visible light scatters when trying to pass through a mixture. Those mixtures with smaller particles will not display this Tyndall effect as the light will pass through the mixture instead.

In true solutions the solute dissolves completely in the solvent at the molecular level, meaning that the solute particles are present at their molecular size - well below the size of a particle required to exhibit light scattering dispersion (the Tyndall effect).

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