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COLLOIDS 6

COLLOIDS 6

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EXAMPLE OF TYPES OF COLLOIDS
AEROSOL SPRAYSAerosol spray
is a type of dispensing system which creates anaerosolmist of liquid particles. This isused with acanor bottlethat contains a liquid under pressure.
 SMOKESmoke
is a collection of airbornesolidandliquidparticulatesandgases
 emitted when a materialundergoescombustionor pyrolysis,together with the quantity of air that isentrainedor otherwise mixed into the mass.
 
 
WHIPPED CREAMWhipped cream
iscreamthat has been beaten by amixer,whisk,or fork until it is light and fluffy. Whipped cream is often sweetened and sometimes flavored withvanilla,and is often called
Chantillycream
(pronounced:[k 
m
 MAYONNAISEMayonnaise
 (/
z/or /
z/,French:[maj
n
z](listen), Quebec French:[maj
z](listen)), often abbreviated as
mayo
,
 is a thick, creamysauceoften used as acondiment.
 
 
PAINTPaint
is anyliquid,liquefiable, or masticcomposition which, after application to asubstratein a thin layer, is converted to asolidfilm. It is most commonly used to protect, color or provide texture to objects.
 MARSHMALLOWMarshmallow
is aconfectionthat, in its modern form, typically consists of sugar and/or corn syrup,  water,andgelatin,whipped to a spongy consistency, molded into small cylindrical pieces, and coated withcorn starch.
 

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