Class 12 Chemistry Surface Chemistry Brownian Movement

Brownian Movement-


Brownian movement may be defined as continuous zigzag movement of the colloidal particles in a colloidal solution. It depends on the size of the particles and the viscosity of the colloid. Smaller the size of the particle and lesser its viscosity, faster is its motion. This movement is responsible for the stability of sols

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