(a) Saturated solution: It is that state in a solution at a specific temperature when a solvent is no more soluble without an increase in the temperature. Example: Excess carbon leaves off as bubbles from a carbonated water solution saturated with carbon.
(b) Pure substance: A substance is said to be pure when it comprises of only one kind of molecules, atoms or compounds without adulteration with any other substance or any divergence in the structural arrangement. Example: Sulphur, diamonds
(c) Colloid: A colloid is a homogenous non-crystalline substance that comprises of ultramicroscopic particles of a particular substance that would be scattered through another substance. The particles in a colloid cannot be segregated via simple filtration or centrifugation such as suspension and do not settle. Example: Blood, Ink.
(d) Suspension: It is a heterogeneous mixture that comprises of solute particles that are insoluble but are suspended in the medium. These particles that are suspended are not microscopic but visible to bare eyes and are large enough (usually larger than a micrometer) to undergo sedimentation.Answered by Vishal kumar | 1 year ago