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Lifestyle Chemistry

Surfactants, suspensions, emulsions

Solute particles are small and spread throughout the solvent. Cannot be filtered. Solution
Large particles that can be filtered out. Settle out to form a sediment. Suspension
Contain particles that will reflect light. Particles will not settle out and will pass through filter. Colloid
Tiny droplets of one liquid spread in another. Emulsion
Bonding between atoms. Interatomic
Bonding between molecules. Intermolecular
Bonding inside molecules. Intramolecular
Seawater is an example of one of these. Solution
The effect of light scattering by a colloid. Tyndall effect
A type of colloid. Foam
A substance that improves the ability of a liquid to disperse within another liquid. Emulsifying agent
The result of strong forces between molecules in a liquid, pulling them inward. Surface Tension
The shape that the surface of a liquid takes. Meniscus
A substance that can reduce the surface tension of a liquid. Surfactant
Water loving end of a surfactant molecule. Hydrophilic
Milk is this type of emulsion. Oil in Water
Butter is this type of emulsion. Water in Oil
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