## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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+ (Hb/Oexp(-*o) + (Kj?/Hb)expV,o" ' ' We now introduce two important parameters

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**Exercise**12.2.1): q0 _ (Hb//CLr)exp( - »0) - (/r£/Hb)exp V0 (l227Si eNs l+ (Hb/Oexp(-*o) + (Kj?/Hb)expV,o" ' ' We now introduce two important parameters

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**Exercise**12.2.3): 6 = 2(KJKJm (12.2.24) and V/N = eVN/*r = 2.303(pHpzc-pH) ...Page 750

The new 'electrokinetic' methods of measurement, involving high frequency

conductance and mobility, may provide some fresh evidence on this question.

They are examined in the next chapter.

12.4.6), ...

The new 'electrokinetic' methods of measurement, involving high frequency

conductance and mobility, may provide some fresh evidence on this question.

They are examined in the next chapter.

**Exercises**. 12.4.1 Verify eqns (12.4.5), (12.4.6), ...

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For most applied electric fields this ratio is in fact much smaller than unity (

13.3.

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For most applied electric fields this ratio is in fact much smaller than unity (

**Exercise**13.5.5), as was assumed in the linearization of the equations in Section13.3.

**Exercises**. 13.5.1 Establish eqn (13.5.1) using the identity given in**Exercise**...

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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