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What are 3 reasons why salad dressing is a chemical suspension?

Some of the liquid ingredients don't dissove in one another. That is why the dressing has to be shaken to blend together

Some of the ingredients are solid spices or bits of cheese that do not dissolve

I can't think of any other reasons.

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