## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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This procedure generates a class of

the Hypernetted Chain ( HNC ) , the Percus - Yevick ( PY ) , the Mean Spherical

This procedure generates a class of

**approximation**schemes with names such asthe Hypernetted Chain ( HNC ) , the Percus - Yevick ( PY ) , the Mean Spherical

**Approximation**( MSA ) , etc . One simple rigorous result about the function c ( r ) ...Page 858

particles , and is usually not even a rough

is that we have used the condition of spherical symmetry in its derivation , and

slightly broken ' symmetry is usually meaningless . More formally , if we expand ...

particles , and is usually not even a rough

**approximation**otherwise . The reasonis that we have used the condition of spherical symmetry in its derivation , and

slightly broken ' symmetry is usually meaningless . More formally , if we expand ...

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These dispersions are precisely those where the decoupling

be expected to work , but before applying it we must decide how to choose the

mean interaction potential which will be used to calculate S ( Q ) for the

equivalent ...

These dispersions are precisely those where the decoupling

**approximation**maybe expected to work , but before applying it we must decide how to choose the

mean interaction potential which will be used to calculate S ( Q ) for the

equivalent ...

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### Contents

Contents of Volume I | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE STRUCTURE OF CONCENTRATED | 827 |

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