## Stabilization of colloidal dispersions by polymer adsorption |

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tropic effect as the volume restriction effect. In contrast, the osmotic repulsion

theory assumes that the adsorbed layers of two particles can overlap each other

when ...

**Hesselink**[270] and**Hesselink**, Vri j , and Overbeek [217] described this en-tropic effect as the volume restriction effect. In contrast, the osmotic repulsion

theory assumes that the adsorbed layers of two particles can overlap each other

when ...

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adsorption. P(d) for loop adsorption is given by: where i is the number of

segments per loop, and corresponds to N in Meier's equation. The density

distributions ...

**Hesselink**[270, 271] corrected for this mistake and extended Meier's idea to loopadsorption. P(d) for loop adsorption is given by: where i is the number of

segments per loop, and corresponds to N in Meier's equation. The density

distributions ...

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It should be remembered that the models studied by Meier and

models for the case of two flat plates. Therefore, the interpenetration of adsorbed

layers takes place in a more extended volume than the case of two spheres as ...

It should be remembered that the models studied by Meier and

**Hesselink**weremodels for the case of two flat plates. Therefore, the interpenetration of adsorbed

layers takes place in a more extended volume than the case of two spheres as ...

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### Contents

ADSORPTION OF POLYMERS FROM SOLUTION | 1 |

CLASSICAL STABILIZATION | 37 |

STERIC STABILIZATION | 65 |

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