why is it?

Asked by Janaki | 5th Sep, 2008, 02:45: PM

Expert Answer:

The suspended particles in blood are of the right dimensions for it to be considered a sol, a type of colloid. A colloid can be defined as any 'stable' heterogeneous mixture composed of a continuous phase and a disperse phase of dimensions of the order (approximately) 10 nanometres - 1 micron.

Answered by  | 6th Sep, 2008, 08:35: AM

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