The lyophobic colloid present in the milk is:
Water-in-oil emulsions is also called as:
The substances which are added to stabilizes the emulsions are called:
Any two immiscible liquids when mixed form an:
The dispersion of one liquid in another liquid is called as:
Milk is colloid in which a:
Milk is an emulsion in which:
Why is the emulsion stable with the egg yolk?
Vanishing cream is an example of:
What is the process of separating emulsion into its constituents called?