what is the colliodal solution explaain ?
Asked by sneha.saurav20 | 18th Jul, 2015, 07:42: PM
Based on distinct properties, solutions can be classified into True Solution, Suspension and Colloid. Colloidal Solution is a heterogeneous mixture in which particle size of substance is intermediate of true solution and suspension. For example, smoke from a fire in which tiny particles of solid float in air.
The differentiating factor between a true solution and a colloidal solution is essentially the size of the particles. In a true solution, such as salt water, sodium chloride molecules are fully dissolved into water, and the solution can pass through a membrane without becoming separated. In a colloidal solution, on the other hand, the particles are larger and don’t dissolve, but rather become equally dispersed throughout a liquid. As such these particles will not pass through a membrane as the liquid does.
Answered by Arvind Diwale | 19th Jul, 2015, 06:21: PM
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