## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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Again, measurements of y for the mercury/

) provide the basis for the study of electrocapillarity which underpins most of our

ideas of the structure of the electrical double layer. We will also find them of ...

Again, measurements of y for the mercury/

**aqueous**solution interface (Section 6.1) provide the basis for the study of electrocapillarity which underpins most of our

ideas of the structure of the electrical double layer. We will also find them of ...

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If the total 'solubility' of the oil in the

same diagram, the region between the two curves corresponds to an optically

isotropic (transparent) microemulsion. Note that the solubility increases very ...

If the total 'solubility' of the oil in the

**aqueous**detergent phase is plotted on thesame diagram, the region between the two curves corresponds to an optically

isotropic (transparent) microemulsion. Note that the solubility increases very ...

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... dispersions 2; see also colloids

properties of 538 concentrated suspensions 546 mineral, selective flocculation

491 model 11,677,694,827,828-66 non-

, 908 ...

... dispersions 2; see also colloids

**aqueous**, stability 473, 876, 942, 949 flowproperties of 538 concentrated suspensions 546 mineral, selective flocculation

491 model 11,677,694,827,828-66 non-

**aqueous**, stabilization 47/ preparation 10, 908 ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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