Subject: What is the smallest colloid?
Date: Mon Sep 18 17:49:07 2000
Posted by Roady
Grade level: undergrad
School: UWS Hawkesbury
City: Richmond State/Province: NSW
Area of science: Chemistry
I was told that colloids can not be filtered, for they are too small. If
they are to small and the smallest size is known, then how did they find out
about it? How would you get a colloid out of solution if it's not filtrable?
Re: What is the smallest colloid?
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