## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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Indeed one is only interested in the solvent in that it provides the 'driving force' for

the random

a colloidal dispersion simply as a collection of colloidal particles in which the ...

Indeed one is only interested in the solvent in that it provides the 'driving force' for

the random

**Brownian motion**of the colloidal particle. Consequently one regardsa colloidal dispersion simply as a collection of colloidal particles in which the ...

Page 1032

According to the analysis of Batchelor and Green (1972) two spheres

approaching one another from infinity (in the absence of

external forces or many-body interactions) are unable to penetrate into the region

of closed ...

According to the analysis of Batchelor and Green (1972) two spheres

approaching one another from infinity (in the absence of

**Brownian motion**,external forces or many-body interactions) are unable to penetrate into the region

of closed ...

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... 30f; see also clay minerals adsorption on 768 diffusion coefficient 537 flow of

89, 1004 swelling of 428

harmonic 63f MSA model 704, 837-42, 866 mud, drilling 998 multilamellar

vesicles 761 ...

... 30f; see also clay minerals adsorption on 768 diffusion coefficient 537 flow of

89, 1004 swelling of 428

**motion**,**Brownian**50; see under**Brownian**simpleharmonic 63f MSA model 704, 837-42, 866 mud, drilling 998 multilamellar

vesicles 761 ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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