## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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In Section 13.3 we set out the arguments used in the derivation of the

electrokinetic equations. ... In addition to the usual assumptions made in the

derivation of the

Hunter 1981), ...

In Section 13.3 we set out the arguments used in the derivation of the

electrokinetic equations. ... In addition to the usual assumptions made in the

derivation of the

**Poisson**-**Boltzmann equation**(see for example Chapter 6 orHunter 1981), ...

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The combination of eqns (13.3.1) and (13.3.2) yields a set of differential

equations, one for each species of ion, in which ... The combination of eqns (13.3.

2) and (13.3.3) under these conditions yields the familiar

The combination of eqns (13.3.1) and (13.3.2) yields a set of differential

equations, one for each species of ion, in which ... The combination of eqns (13.3.

2) and (13.3.3) under these conditions yields the familiar

**Poisson**-**Boltzmann****equation**...Page 1079

... see also electrocapillary maximum Poise ui lie equation in HDC 163 flow in

capillaries 521, 938, 995f, 1021, 1030 flow in electrokinetics 555, 788

552, ...

... see also electrocapillary maximum Poise ui lie equation in HDC 163 flow in

capillaries 521, 938, 995f, 1021, 1030 flow in electrokinetics 555, 788

**Poisson**-**Boltzmann equation**330, 331, 397, 401,715-8,730,737-41,760 in electrokinetics552, ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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