What is a Colloid?
The world Book Dictionary defines a colloid as. "A substance composed of particles that are extremely small, but larger than most molecules usually ranging from 0.01 to approximately 0.001 micron in diameter. The particles in a colloid do not actually dissolve, but remain suspended in a suitable gas, liquid or solid. Natural antibiotics play an important part in organic functions, such as digestion and excretion." The term colloid comes from the Greek "Kolla" , which means glue.
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