What are some uses of colloids?

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A colloid is a fancy word for when one substance is microscopically mixed within another substance. Colloids are a part of our daily life and are all around us. Some common types of colloids you probably use every day are mayonnaise, milk, butter, jelly, hairspray, butter, shaving cream, and gelatin. Human blood is even a colloid. Colloids can be a solid, liquid, or gas. The uses of colloids are food items, household items, scientific studies and research, and for medical uses.
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