A solution is a mixture featuring solutes that have been dissolved, while a suspension is a mixture of liquids also containing solid particles that may not completely dissolve inside the liquid. Materials that dissolve in liquids are considered soluble. When no more sol...
The main difference between a colloid and a suspension is that a suspension will separate into particles, but a colloid will not. A colloid is the middle line between a suspension and a solution.
Some common suspension problems include the car pulling to one side when moving, the wheels wandering rapidly back and forth and the steering wheel becoming difficult to steer. The steering wheel may also slip back and forth when being turned or being held in a turned p...
Blood has the characteristics of both a colloid and a suspension and is therefore a colloidal suspension. Since blood has characteristics of all three mediums, its true nature is hard to ascertain.
Suspension is when particles of solid material are held within a fluid. The particles are large enough to not dissolve in the fluid, and they separate easily when disturbed. Particles may settle to the bottom of the container when left undisturbed.
Components of a car’s suspension include the springs, the shocks and the anti-roll bars. These parts prevent the car from shaking violently and keep the tires aligned while driving.
Suspensions are mixtures of two or more undissolved materials, one of which is a liquid. The preparer of a suspension may distribute the two materials by mechanical means, such as stirring, but they separate over time. Suspensions appear cloudy because the suspended par...