Tyndall effect is in fact the definite test to show the difference between a true and a colloidal solution. it works on the principle that light beams scatter due to the presence of large colloidal particles in the solution which separate the light however in a true solution the particles are not as large enough to scatter the light particles, thats why Tyndall effect is not seen in true solution.

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