What are macromolecular colloids?
Consequently, what are Multimolecular colloids and macromolecular colloids give examples?
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|Multimolecular colloids||Macromolecular colloids|
|Example: gold sol / sulphur sol (Any one)||Example: starch, cellulose, proteins, enzymes, polythene, nylon, polystyrene, synthetic rubber (Any one)|
Secondly, what are associated colloids give an example? Association colloids are micro-heterogeneous systems in which the particles of the colloidal dispersed phase (micelles) are formed by the agglomeration of molecules or ions of the substance dissolved in the dispersion medium. Examples are soap, synthetic detergents, organic dyes, tanning agents and alkaloids.
Just so, what are associated colloids?
Associated Colloids (Micelles): Associated colloids are those colloids which behave as normal strong electrolytes at low concentrations but exhibit colloidal properties at higher concentrations due to the formation of aggregated particles.
What are Lyophobic colloids?
Lyophobic colloids are liquid hating colloids (Lyo means solvent and phobic means hating). When these colloids are mixed with the suitable liquid, very weak force of attraction exists between colloidal particles and liquid and system does not pass into colloidal state readily.