|Sep6-05, 03:31 AM||#1|
Stable translucent colloid solution
I posted this question in Materials and Chemical Engineering forum, but didn't get any reply. So I am posting it here:
I want a colloid solution having following properties:
--> Can be seperated by electrophoresis
--> Regenerating itself on removing the potential
Please suggest me what colloid solution to use.
Thanks in advance.
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