Depending upon the nature of interaction between the dispersed phase and the dispersion medium, colloidal sols are divided in how many categories?
Depending upon the nature of interaction between the dispersed phase and the dispersion medium, colloidal sols are divided into two categories, namely, lyophilic (solvent attracting) and lyophobic (solvent repelling).
When do particles aggregate to form micelles?
Foam rubber is an example of which type of colloid?
An example of colloid in which both phase and medium are solid is?
The name aquadag is given to the colloidal sol of:
Which method is used for preparation of metal sols?
The formation of micelles takes places above a particular temperature, called as:
Rotation at high speed makes the colloid settle down and the impurities remain in solution. What is this process called?
A dispersion of AgCl in water is:
Blood is purified by: