## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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8 Experimental Coagulation pressure ( kPa ) T 9 '

8 Experimental Coagulation pressure ( kPa ) T 9 '

**Calculated**10-3 10-2 0 10+ Concentration of KCI ( mol L ^ ! ) FIG . 13.8.2 . Experimental and**calculated**coagulation pressure as a function of electrolyte concentration for the latex MW ...Page 843

for a real system of particles having charge Z , the

for a real system of particles having charge Z , the

**calculation**must be performed for particles carrying an effective charge Zehr = Z / ( 1-0 ) ( 14.2.15 ) to allow for the charge compensation by the neutralizing background .Page 866

Since angular correlations between dipole orientations are absent from this system , and the particles are spherical , eqn ( 14.5.2 ) again applies , and the

Since angular correlations between dipole orientations are absent from this system , and the particles are spherical , eqn ( 14.5.2 ) again applies , and the

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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