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A solution doesn't settle out on standing. Its particle size is normally smaller than 1 nanometer; therefore, its particles are usually invisible to the unaided eye. An example of a solution is salt water. Though colloids can be filtered (4), it can not be done by any normal means of filtration. A suspension is a heterogeneous mixture. Normally particles can't be filter out. A suspension is able to show the Tyndall effect.