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a question on chemistry. is silver sol in water an example of lyophillic sol??

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  1. anonymous
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    I think it's an example of a lyophobic solution since it's related to platinum, Iron and all the other inorganic substances' family ^_^ I'm not sure though. Hope it helps :)

  2. anonymous
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    well the answer is no. but i dont understand why.

  3. anonymous
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    hmm, silver solution in water eh?

  4. anonymous
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    yea

  5. anonymous
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    well there's only one way to find out why. Try mixing silver in water

  6. anonymous
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    check if it's going to collide with water without additional stabilizers , if so, then it's lyophilic, if not , then it's lyophobic :)

  7. anonymous
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    lol

  8. anonymous
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    I'm serious ._. if you want to know why? experiement and you'll get a result , from that result everything will be clear

  9. anonymous
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    hmm, or you can tell from the property of silver. Can the silver solution be reversible? if yes = lyophilic, if not = lyophobic

  10. anonymous
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    well lyophilic collids are highly solvated. and after conducting the experimnt i found it otherwise. so thats the reason i guess

  11. anonymous
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    and ask yourself this question, is it reversible?

  12. anonymous
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    hmmm... thats a very good point star..(pun not intended) no it aint reversible..=)

  13. anonymous
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    or is it??O_O

  14. anonymous
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    then it's lyophobic o_o? LOL

  15. anonymous
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    lol >_>

  16. anonymous
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    God!! I hate chemistry!!

  17. anonymous
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    don't say that! Calm down and think

  18. anonymous
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    LOL o_o

  19. anonymous
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    LOL!! You're talking to me?!

  20. anonymous
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    I didn't even bother to read the question, as I Knew it's in chemistry.

  21. anonymous
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    if the solution is reversible then the left parts can be converted into another solution and the vice versa, and yes I was talking to you! I thought that was deeprony screaming lol >_<

  22. anonymous
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    Haha!

  23. anonymous
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    my apologies, I just saw someone screaming and I assumed it was deeprony ^_^ lol

  24. anonymous
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    ok i got it. lyophilic sols are reversible. bot silver sol is not reversible so silver sol in water is not an example of lyophillic sol

  25. anonymous
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    chemistry is beautiful ~ though lol

  26. anonymous
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    nope ~

  27. anonymous
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    can the silver change into another solution once the liquid has been evaporated?

  28. anonymous
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    ofcourse with the additon of liquid?

  29. anonymous
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    tion*

  30. anonymous
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    ummm... no.. so then its reversible??

  31. anonymous
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    no, so that means it's not reversible. Reversible = can be converted to a different solution, but since silver solution in water can't then it's lyophobic LOL I said that in the beginning >_<

  32. anonymous
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    I gtg soon ^_^ , but did you get it?

  33. anonymous
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    man m gettin confused! how is this-->"lyophilic sols are reversible. bot silver sol is not reversible so silver sol in water is not an example of lyophillic sol" different from what you said??

  34. anonymous
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    lol exactly! it's not :D I'm sorry abt the confusion

  35. anonymous
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    don't call me mam LOL :P :)

  36. anonymous
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    sigh! ok so u leavin?

  37. anonymous
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    yep :)

  38. anonymous
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    did you get it though? ^_^

  39. anonymous
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    whn did i call you mam??

  40. anonymous
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    you just did up there LOL

  41. anonymous
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    wait a min, lol >_< omg I need rest, that was "man" :D!

  42. anonymous
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    yea i got it!=) thnx

  43. anonymous
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    o_o oh dear lol np :) good luck! good night ^_^

  44. anonymous
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    gud luck 2 u 2.. good note. au revoir

  45. anonymous
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    *nite lol

  46. anonymous
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    au revoir ^_^ thx lol, and I'm sorry again >_<

  47. anonymous
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    oh dnt mind it

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