Cloud is an example of (a) solid dispersed in gas (b) liquid dispersed in gas (c) liquid dispersed in solid (d) solid dispersed in liquid.

A ‘colloid’ is a mixture of particles with a microscopic size or that larger than the size of a molecule. Cloud is a colloid. Cloud is the example of a liquid dispersed in gas. Fog is a colloidal system consisting water droplets dispersed in air. According to the latter criterion, natural clouds in the atmosphere should not be termed aerosols

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