The correct option is B lyophobic
Lyophobic colloids: In these colloidal solution there is no affinity between particles of the dispersed phase and the dispersion medium.
These sols are readily precipitated (or coagulated) on addition of small amounts of electrolytes, by heating or by shaking. As a result, they are not stable.
Once precipitated, they do not give back the colloidal sol by simple addition of the dispersion medium. Hence, they are known as irreversible sols.