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COLLOIDS - MBBS Students Club | Spreading medical knowledge ... PPT

Presentation Summary : Colloids are a type of mixture. It is composed of two phases: ... Examples of processes which rely heavily on the application of colloid /surface phenomena are:

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Intermolecular Forces - ScienceGeek.net Homepage PPT

Presentation Summary : The Tyndall Effect. Colloids scatter light, making a beam visible. Solutions do not scatter light. Which glass containsa colloid? solution. colloid

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Presentation Summary : Chemistry Session Objectives Colloids Classification of colloids Classification based on physical state of dispersed phase and dispersion medium Classification based ...

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Fluid + electrolytes: parts 1 + 2 - University of Edinburgh PPT

Presentation Summary : Fluid & electrolytes for 4th year studies; revision. Paddy Gibson Renal unit, RIE ... Common synthetic colloids are " haemaccel "and " gelofusine ", ...

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Solutions, Suspensions Colloids - psime - home PPT

Presentation Summary : Solutions, Suspensions Colloids Solutions Appears to be a single substance but really two or more substances dissolved in a solvent and evenly distributed Very small ...

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Colloids - ChemistryConnections PPT

Presentation Summary : Colloids LecturePLUS Timberlake * Solutions Have small particles (ions or molecules) Are transparent Do not separate Cannot be filtered Do not scatter light.

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Presentation Summary : Suspensions and Colloids. Suspensions and colloids are NOT solutions. Suspensions: The particles are so large that they settle out of the solvent if not constantly ...

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