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Classify these mixtures as colloids, suspensions, or true solutions.

fog, milk of magnesia, mayonnaise, blood, table salt in water, dust-free air

I got fog, milk of magnesia, mayonnaise for colloids.
Blood for suspensions.
Table salt in water and dust-free air for true solutions.

It said I got it incorrect. Someone help me with this problem?

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