## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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how to determine the magnitude of w from the experimental data (on the basis of

the more general van der

explicit features of the double layer. Of course, if one wishes to move in the

opposite ...

how to determine the magnitude of w from the experimental data (on the basis of

the more general van der

**Waals**model) without having to introduce the moreexplicit features of the double layer. Of course, if one wishes to move in the

opposite ...

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The above results can be applied to study the rate of approach of two surfaces

due to, say, non-retarded van der

force and the hydrodynamic force and ignoring inertia effects. For the quadratic ...

The above results can be applied to study the rate of approach of two surfaces

due to, say, non-retarded van der

**Waals**forces, by summing the van der**Waals**force and the hydrodynamic force and ignoring inertia effects. For the quadratic ...

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If van der

systems can show gel-like and elastic properties even if the primary particles are

spherical; long chains of spheres are probably involved in the gel structure in that

...

If van der

**Waals**attraction is allowed to dominate over repulsive forces, thesystems can show gel-like and elastic properties even if the primary particles are

spherical; long chains of spheres are probably involved in the gel structure in that

...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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