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true or false: Colloidal particles will eventually settle out.
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User: true or false: Colloidal particles will eventually settle out.

Weegy: False
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User: Both suspensions and colloids are heterogeneous mixtures. Define and characterize a suspension, listing similarities and differences to a colloid. Give several examples of suspensions.

Weegy: That is not a question.
Expert answered|trena99|Points 193|

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