colloidal dispersion
T Y N D A L L    E F F E C T

"The Tyndall Effect is the effect of light scattering in colloidal dispersion. 
Because a colloidal solution or substance is made up of scattered particles (like dust and water in air), light cannot travel straight through. Rather, it collides with these micro-particles and scatters causing the effect of a visible light beam. This effect was observed and described by John Tyndall as the Tyndall Effect."


Agostina Schenone
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