How do we identify a true solution?

Asked by rhlbhuyan | 5th Sep, 2009, 04:56: PM

Expert Answer:

A true solution is a homogeneous solution i.e. there is no demarcation between solute and solvent particles in the solution. Size of particles is very small ( about 10-8 cm) .Lastly it does not scatter light. Examples of true solution are salt solution and sugar solution.

Answered by  | 7th Sep, 2009, 09:09: AM

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