## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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Thus if Fav ( n ) is the

distance r ( averaged over all configurations of the rest of the molecules in the

system ) then the reversible work , W ( r ) needed to move the two molecules from

a ...

Thus if Fav ( n ) is the

**average**force between two molecules separated by adistance r ( averaged over all configurations of the rest of the molecules in the

system ) then the reversible work , W ( r ) needed to move the two molecules from

a ...

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Suppose we want to know the

intermolecular forces . If the N molecules are located at position { 11 , 12 , . . . , In }

the internal energy of this particular configuration is ( assuming pair interactions ,

u ( r ) ...

Suppose we want to know the

**average**internal energy of a liquid due tointermolecular forces . If the N molecules are located at position { 11 , 12 , . . . , In }

the internal energy of this particular configuration is ( assuming pair interactions ,

u ( r ) ...

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3 ) . However , experimental measurement of the intensity is really averaged over

many particle configurations . In other words , we require the

is given by : 1 = 1 = i # j ( 1 ) - W ? { 1 + ( Š X expliq . rs ) } } - 1 * Sarfar ' expliQ .

3 ) . However , experimental measurement of the intensity is really averaged over

many particle configurations . In other words , we require the

**average**( 15 ) whichis given by : 1 = 1 = i # j ( 1 ) - W ? { 1 + ( Š X expliq . rs ) } } - 1 * Sarfar ' expliQ .

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### Contents

Contents of Volume I | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE STRUCTURE OF CONCENTRATED | 827 |

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