## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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Experimental and

concentration for the latex MW 10 studied by Meijer el al. (1978). The theoretical

values were

summation ...

Experimental and

**calculated**coagulation pressure as a function of electrolyteconcentration for the latex MW 10 studied by Meijer el al. (1978). The theoretical

values were

**calculated**by Bensley and Hunter (1983) using the latticesummation ...

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for a real system of particles having charge Z, the

for particles carrying an effective charge Zett = Z/(l-<p) (14.2.15) to allow for the

charge compensation by the neutralizing background. To keep the structures in ...

for a real system of particles having charge Z, the

**calculation**must be performedfor particles carrying an effective charge Zett = Z/(l-<p) (14.2.15) to allow for the

charge compensation by the neutralizing background. To keep the structures in ...

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Since angular correlations between dipole orientations are absent from this

system, and the particles are spherical, eqn (14.5.2) again applies, and the

potential ...

Since angular correlations between dipole orientations are absent from this

system, and the particles are spherical, eqn (14.5.2) again applies, and the

**calculation**of the scattering depends on our ability to**calculate**S(Q) for thepotential ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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