macroscopic characteristics of an emulsoid
Emulsoids and it's Macroscopic characteristics are -
They are lyophilic (solvent loving) colloids. If the solvent is water they are called hydrophilic colloids.
They are more viscid.
They are more stable and not easily precipitated as the solute particles
are surrounded by 2 stability factor -
i- Negative or positive charge.
ii- A shell (layer) of solvent.
They can be precipitated by dehydration followed by neutralization of
Examples for emulsoids include protein, starch and egg white solutions.