## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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18.2 Behaviour of time-independent inelastic fluids We noted in Section 2.4.1 that

any system will exhibit elastic behaviour if it ... In Chapter 9 we developed in

some detail the equations for the viscous behaviour of a

is ...

18.2 Behaviour of time-independent inelastic fluids We noted in Section 2.4.1 that

any system will exhibit elastic behaviour if it ... In Chapter 9 we developed in

some detail the equations for the viscous behaviour of a

**Newtonian liquid**, whichis ...

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18.5 Measurement of rheological properties of inelastic

return now to the question of how to obtain meaningful rheological data from

viscometric flow situations when the

general ...

18.5 Measurement of rheological properties of inelastic

**fluids**in Couette flow Wereturn now to the question of how to obtain meaningful rheological data from

viscometric flow situations when the

**fluid**is inelastic but non-**Newtonian**. Ingeneral ...

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18.6.7 Note that from eqn (18.6.22) the quantity 4Q/jcRi = 8V/D is equal to the

wall shear rate only if b = 1 (

apparent viscosity r\. = Sfw ,*, (8V/D) based on this approximate estimate of the

wall shear ...

18.6.7 Note that from eqn (18.6.22) the quantity 4Q/jcRi = 8V/D is equal to the

wall shear rate only if b = 1 (

**Newtonian fluid**). Show that the approximateapparent viscosity r\. = Sfw ,*, (8V/D) based on this approximate estimate of the

wall shear ...

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

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