Carbonated water is an example of gas dissolved in liquid. Also, oxygen in water (what fish breathe).
Fog is an example of a colloid (arguably a suspension) in which water is suspended in a gas. It is not actually dissolved.
Type of solution ExamplesSolid dissolved in a liquidGrease dissolved in petrol, sugar dissolved in waterLiquid dissolved in another liquidLiquid detergent dissolved in water, oil dissolved in petrolGas dissolved in a liquidOxygen gas dissolved in water, oxygen gas dissolved in bloodGas dissolved in another gasOxygen gas, carbon dioxide gas and water vapour dissolved in the other gases of the air
no gas does not dissolve in a liquid
Gas can dissolve in liquids. An example of gas dissolved in liquid is soda, where CO2 is dissolved in a liquid solution.
Carbonated (fizzy) water is carbon dioxide gas dissolved in liquid water.
This is a gas dissolved in a liquid.
A liquid with bubbles. :)
A gas dissolved in liquid. Which means it is no longer a gas. :)
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
Aerosol (liquid dissolved in a gas - fog, mist, clouds) Foam (gas dissolved in a liquid - soda (CO2 dissolved in water), whipped cream) Solid Foam (gas dissolved in a solid - Styrofoam, plaster) Emulsion (liquid dissolved in a liquid - butter, milk) Gel (liquid dissolved in a solid - jello, starch solution) Solid Aerosol (solid dissolved in a gas - smoke, dust) Sol (solid dissolved in a liquid - blood, ink, paint) Solid Sol (solid dissolved in a solid - alloy, colored glass)
He means What is an example of a gas being dissolved in a liquid? A very popular example: carbon dioxide dissolved in water.
it is a dissolved gas
The solute. Solute - the substance (solid, liquid or gas) to be dispersed in the solvent. Solvent - the liquid in which the solute is dissolved. Solution - a mix of the solute and solvent.
A liquid solution is a gas, solid, or liquid which has dissolved in a liquid. In this case, the solute (what stuff is being dissolved into) is the liquid.
More gas dissolves into the liquid.
Henry's law states that the solubility of a gas is directly proportional to the partial pressure of that gas over the liquid. The higher the partial pressure, the more gas will be dissolved-- that's why your blood boils in a vacuum; there's not enough pressure to keep the gas in it dissolved.
Fog is an example for liquid dispersed in gas
The solubility of a gas in a liquid increases as the pressure increases.
A gas results in a solution.
The can itself is a solid. The drink inside is a liquid with gas bubbles dissolved in it.
Soda is an example of a liquid-gas solution, as it contains carbon dioxide (a gas) dissolved in water (a liquid).