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Which discription best describes colloids?
a.)compose of molecules bigger than a solution but smaller than a suspension.
b.)mixtures oof two or more substances that can be easily separated
c.)fored by mixing different kinds of solutions
d.)have molecules that are big enough to settle at the bottom

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  • Réponse publiée par: 09389706948

    C:

    Colliod is like a mayonnaise

    *don't settle at the bottom

    *can't be separated

    * have many small particles which cant be seen with naked eye

  • Réponse publiée par: snow01
    answer:

    A fact or truth is a statement that can be verified. It can be proven to be true or false through  objective evidence.  

    An opinion is a statement that expresses a feeling, an attitude, a value judgment, or a belief. It is a statement that is neither true nor false. Or it may feel true for some, but false for others.

    A FACT:

    can be proven true or false through objective evidence. relies on denotative language. frequently uses measurable or verifiable numbers, statistics, dates  and measurements.

    AN OPINION:

    cannot be presently verified. relies on connotative language. can mean different things to different people. uses value judgment words and comparisons such as “best,” “most,”  etc…

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