Question

# Milk is an example of :(A) fat dispersed in water(B) water dispersed in fat (C) water dispersed in oil(D) fat dispersed in fat

Hint: Milk is an emulsion with fat particles (globules) dispersed in an aqueous solution. Milk is an example of the oil-in-water type of emulsion.

In this type of emulsion, the oil will be the dispersed phase and the water $\left( {{H_2}O} \right)$ will be the dispersion medium. The best example for o/w emulsion is milk. In milk, the fat globules (which acts as the dispersed phase) are suspended in water (which acts as the dispersion medium).