A colloid. It is not a solution - that would be clear because one compound is dissolved by the other. It is not a suspension - a suspension is solid particles mixed with a liquid
Solution, colloid, and suspension
A solution has the smallest particles.
solution, ........ but with a bit of particles in suspension,
Insolubles particles form a suspension.
A solution dissolves, where suspension small particles floated around in an substance.
Particles in a suspension are larger than the particles of a solution, but they are not always so small that they cannot be easily seen with the eye.
Depending on the particles dimension: - between 1 and 1000 nm is a colloid - above 1000 nm is a suspension - the solution hasn't visible particles
Water is a chemical compound.
solution is transparent whereas suspension is not transparent. particles in solution are of size less than 100nm.but particles of suspension are of size more than 1000nm.solution is homogeneous mixture whereas suspension is heterogeneous mixture. solution doesn't exhibit Tyndall effect or brownian movement.but suspension exhibits it....
Because the "particles" are individual molecules. If they were larger than molecules then it would not be a solution, it would be a suspension. You still often will not see particles in a suspension as they are very small, but then the suspension is cloudy as the tiny particles scatter light.
The particles of a solution do not settle, whereas the particles of a suspension do settle.
It is a suspension of dust particles in a mixture of gases. The latter may be considered a solution of other gases in nitrogen.
in a solution
It's because the particles in a solution (as opposed to a colloid or a suspension) are the smallest found in any mixture. Because of their small size, they remain suspended indefinitely.
A colloid is a mixture in which the particles are in suspension but are not in true solution.
This depends on the dimension of particles.
The size of its particles
Colloid or Suspension Solution
it is called as suspension....
Ca is the chemical symbol for calcium, an element. It is an alkali metal with atomic number 20. ------------------------------------------- The above is true, however if the element Ca is present in a solution then it will be present as part of an Ionic compound in solution, note a solution is not a mixture, element or compound, it is a SOLUTION. An insoluble compound of Ca could be present in liquid, in which case you would have a suspension. A suspension is a mixture.