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Colloid - Wikipedia

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A colloid, in chemistry, is a mixture in which one substance of microscopically dispersed .... Gelatin desserts like jelly or Jell-O are made from gelatin powder, another effective hydrocolloid. ......

What makes gelatin a colloid? | Reference.com

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Gelatin, when dissolved in water, is a colloid because the protein molecules that compose it, mostly derived from collagen, are much larger than usual dissolved ...

Colloids: Weird Stuff, Weird Name | Atom's World

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Aug 17, 2012 ... Jello is a kind of strange substance which is also a colloid. ... for that matter, will support a cherry on top but that doesn't make them a solid.

Colloids, Gels and Suspensions | Your Mother Was a Chemist

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Gelatin is a sol when hot, and a gel when cooled. ... We add pectin to fruit juice to make jelly, but we add flocculating agents to wine to clarify it by removing fine ...

Colloid - examples, body, water, life, type, gas, parts, substance

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Some examples include whipped cream, mayonnaise, milk, butter, gelatin, ... The size of colloidal particles makes the mixture, which is neither a solution nor a ...

7.3 Colloids - Anaesthesia MCQ

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Colloids are large molecular weight (nominally MW > 30,000) substances. ... to other fluid compartments and this is the key element that makes a solution a colloid solution. ... Gelatin solutions were first used as colloids in man in 1915.

Starchy Science: Creating Your Own Colloid - Scientific American

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Mar 7, 2013 ... This type of mixture is called a colloidal solution. ... size (about 100 to 800 nanometers in diameter) to make a colloidal solution with water. ... as other starches (for example, potato, tapioca and rice starches) as well as gelatin.

What is Jell-O? How does it turn from a liquid to a solid when it cools ...

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... removed and purified from cattle hides, the same substance that may make your shoes. ... David J. McClements, an assistant professor in the Biopolymers and Colloids ... Gelatin is a protein derived from collagen, the major component of the ...

Q & A: Jello - Solid, Liquid, or Gas? | Department of Physics ...

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When you mix the jello powder into the hot water, the protein actually dissolves in the water. But like ... That's an example of something that's called a 'colloid'.

Colloids - Chemistry LibreTexts

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Jan 9, 2017 ... A colloid is a solution that has particles ranging between 1 and 1000 ... For example, Jello powder mixed in with water creates a hydrocolloid.