Tyndall effect | starch sol

Starch sol is a lyophilic sol. Hence the sol particles are very small and highly solvated. There is almost no difference in the refractive indices of dispersion medium (water) and dispersed phase (starch). Hence it shows only very weak or almost no Tyndall effect.

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