Answer to Question #48482 in Other Chemistry for ASAD

Question #48482
Why do colloids show tyndall effect?
Expert's answer
A Tyndall effect is always used as a testing to distinguish the true solution and a colloid. The particles of a true solution are too small to scatter light. At the same time a beam of light, which is directed to the colloid, is being scattered.

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