What Is a Micelle?

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In a liquid colloid which is a mixture that one substance is mixed with another, you have what is called micelle. This makes the mix spread evenly throughout the other mix.
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mi·celle
[mi-sel]
NOUN
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Physical Chemistry an electrically charged particle formed by an aggregate of molecules and occurring in certain colloidal electrolyte solutions, as those of soaps and detergents.
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Micelles are aggregates of molecules with surfactant properties in a mixture(colloid). A micelle usually features hydrophilic(bonds with water) head regions and hydrophobic(repels from water) tail regions.
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A micelle is an electrically charged particle. It is formed by molecules close together and it occurs in certain colloidal electrolyte solutions. You can find more information here:
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micelle: an electrically charged particle built up from polymeric molecules or ions and occurring in certain colloidal electrolytic solutions like soaps and detergents
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