## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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Hb is the

model further because the principles of the procedure can readily be understood

as a simple version of the two-site models which are discussed below. One point

...

Hb is the

**bulk**hydrogen ion concentration (or activity). We will not discuss thismodel further because the principles of the procedure can readily be understood

as a simple version of the two-site models which are discussed below. One point

...

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Planes B and C are in the double layer whilst D and E are in the

The total current flow is the same across every plane. In the double layer region B

it is carried almost entirely by positive (— » ) ions but at C there is already some ...

Planes B and C are in the double layer whilst D and E are in the

**bulk**solution.The total current flow is the same across every plane. In the double layer region B

it is carried almost entirely by positive (— » ) ions but at C there is already some ...

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1 Description of interfaces Consider two

planar film y (Fig. 15.2.1). Four classes of interface can be distinguished as

follows: Type A Each of the three phases, a, fi, and y consists of a single

component or is ...

1 Description of interfaces Consider two

**bulk**phases a and P separated by aplanar film y (Fig. 15.2.1). Four classes of interface can be distinguished as

follows: Type A Each of the three phases, a, fi, and y consists of a single

component or is ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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