## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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12.3.7 for molecular formulae) and again they represented the cation adsorption (

both monovalent and divalent) using a Langmuir adsorption isotherm (compare

with eqn (12.3.13)). In this case, however, the divalent cation was

...

12.3.7 for molecular formulae) and again they represented the cation adsorption (

both monovalent and divalent) using a Langmuir adsorption isotherm (compare

with eqn (12.3.13)). In this case, however, the divalent cation was

**assumed**to be...

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Hence the ion density is written as rij = nf+ drij where 6nt/nJ is

much less than unity. On substituting this expression and a similar form for \p in

eqns (13.3.1), and (13.3.2) and combining, we get (Exercise 13.3.1) dt 1 = 9jV . {

V6n ...

Hence the ion density is written as rij = nf+ drij where 6nt/nJ is

**assumed**to bemuch less than unity. On substituting this expression and a similar form for \p in

eqns (13.3.1), and (13.3.2) and combining, we get (Exercise 13.3.1) dt 1 = 9jV . {

V6n ...

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(Note that the minimum in V will not occur at x = (b - d"* + dPr)/2 except when V5r

= Vdr-) F°r simplicity we have

the phases a and /i and that the surface regions (Z) are confined to the compact ...

(Note that the minimum in V will not occur at x = (b - d"* + dPr)/2 except when V5r

= Vdr-) F°r simplicity we have

**assumed**here that there are no double layers inthe phases a and /i and that the surface regions (Z) are confined to the compact ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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