What Is Suspension in Science?

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Suspension in science refers to a mixture of small particles dispersed in a liquid. The particles contained in a suspension are larger than those found in solutions. You can disturb the contents of such a suspension by shaking the container to allow the components to settle at the bottom.
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Suspension, in science, is any object that is mixed with a liquid or a gas. The object, or many object particles, are held scattered throughout the suspension agent. A simple example of suspension would be a glass of chocolate milk. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suspension_(chemistry)
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