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A Colloid is a substance that is composed of submicroscopic particles of one, or many, substances suspended in another.
 
A Colloid is a substance that is composed of submicroscopic particles of one, or many, substances suspended in another.
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Examples of this are emulsions and gels.

Revision as of 05:09, 27 January 2010

A Colloid is a substance that is composed of submicroscopic particles of one, or many, substances suspended in another.

Examples of this are emulsions and gels.