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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 :)
well the answer is no. but i dont understand why.
hmm, silver solution in water eh?
well there's only one way to find out why. Try mixing silver in water
check if it's going to collide with water without additional stabilizers , if so, then it's lyophilic, if not , then it's lyophobic :)
I'm serious ._. if you want to know why? experiement and you'll get a result , from that result everything will be clear
hmm, or you can tell from the property of silver. Can the silver solution be reversible? if yes = lyophilic, if not = lyophobic
well lyophilic collids are highly solvated. and after conducting the experimnt i found it otherwise. so thats the reason i guess
and ask yourself this question, is it reversible?
hmmm... thats a very good point star..(pun not intended) no it aint reversible..=)
or is it??O_O
then it's lyophobic o_o? LOL
God!! I hate chemistry!!
don't say that! Calm down and think
LOL!! You're talking to me?!
I didn't even bother to read the question, as I Knew it's in chemistry.
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 >_<
my apologies, I just saw someone screaming and I assumed it was deeprony ^_^ lol
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
chemistry is beautiful ~ though lol
can the silver change into another solution once the liquid has been evaporated?
ofcourse with the additon of liquid?
ummm... no.. so then its reversible??
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 >_<
I gtg soon ^_^ , but did you get it?
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??
lol exactly! it's not :D I'm sorry abt the confusion
don't call me mam LOL :P :)
sigh! ok so u leavin?
did you get it though? ^_^
whn did i call you mam??
you just did up there LOL
wait a min, lol >_< omg I need rest, that was "man" :D!
yea i got it!=) thnx
o_o oh dear lol np :) good luck! good night ^_^
gud luck 2 u 2.. good note. au revoir
au revoir ^_^ thx lol, and I'm sorry again >_<
oh dnt mind it