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Brownian motion is an important property of colloids. In colloids, the particles of the colloids are in completely random zig-zag motion. This zig-zag motion of the colloidal particles is called Brownian Motion.
so how is that differentiating colloids from solutions and suspension? @midhun.madhu 1987
lol why is this in chem section
colloids are related to chemistry, buddy
can you gimme some details about colloids maybe i can help you link brownian moton to it
colloids are heterogeneous mixtures
the particle size varies from 1-100 nanometer
i have doubt is the particle size between 1-100 nanometer or 1-1000 nanometer?
ok from what im reading it looks like a colloid continues to have particles dispersed evenly, not in a settleed state
meaning there is some minimum average kinetic energy being maintained in the mixture
so what makes it different from solutions and suspensions?
this can be explained with brownian motion as therees a constant collisions occuring throughout and theres random motions of paricles taking all over the place, keeping the kinetic energies alive
suspensions is more like dust
colloids have particle size between 1-1000 namometer
am i right?
its in a transiltion state, like dust clouds and fog will eventualy settle after the kinetic energy in the system settles down
ya and the moelecules in question are bigger
fog is actually colloids
oh i thought suspension is a type of colloid lol
no... suspension is different from colloids
but Fog does settle eventually
it eventually creeps down and disperses, but theres a change in state
colloid particles do not settle down
oh i see A colloid is intermediate between a solution and a suspension
i understand so this middle stage is what is called the colloid
i think that makes it different from solutions and suspensions
fog eventually transitions into water droplets and thicker water vapor which will eventually fall into suspension and solution states
okay scratch all what you two have been discussing so far
it pains me to see this continue LAUGHING OUT LOUD
okay explain pls nin
ive been bsing my way every since colloid hehe
he is concerned with solutions
no he wants colloids
Fog in the state it is, is a colloid so u can rest assured
okay that needs rephrasing
particle size varies from?
its given in that post
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pls give me a medal also
if nin gave his medal properly we can all have a medal but nooo some ppl are too greedy
dan, let us create a program utilizing brownian motion and this colloid rubbish
u want a simulation ?
random random random
dont say colloids as a rubbish
did you do this already? I know simulations of brownian
everything is rubbish
even rubbish is rubbish
then we could have changed the definition of matter and say: " Everything in this universe is rubbish" instead of "Everything in this universe is matter"
actually what is cool about this question is that it reminds me of my stats
gotta love them stats
oh ya heres a fun question
given volume V, and avg kinetic energy of K and particle of size P, and n particles, what is the probability of collision over time
so this seemingly randomized are not random at all, but normalized LAUGHING OUT LOUD wow gotta love this statistics rubbishness
that is too high for me dan
it's similar to your question, melo
in the end, the bell curve equals to 1
quite an interesting question
i am back guys
i am going to close the question thank u people