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Flg. 13.1.2. Velocity profile in a

electro- osmotic counter pressure measurement or closed tube electro-osmosis.

The thickness of the layer of varying velocity at the wall has been greatly

exaggerated.

Flg. 13.1.2. Velocity profile in a

**capillary**during (a) electro-osmosis and (b)electro- osmotic counter pressure measurement or closed tube electro-osmosis.

The thickness of the layer of varying velocity at the wall has been greatly

exaggerated.

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where a is the

obtained without any assumptions about the back- conduction path through the

where a is the

**capillary**radius and / is its length. The £ -potential can therefore beobtained without any assumptions about the back- conduction path through the

**capillary**. Details of the procedure used in the measurement of these effects are ...Page 1018

18.6

convenient to pursue the analysis by way of the stresses rather than the velocity ...

18.6

**Capillary**viscometer We discussed the behaviour of a Newtonian fluid in a**capillary**(Ostwald) viscometer in Section 9.7.2. For a non-Newtonian fluid it isconvenient to pursue the analysis by way of the stresses rather than the velocity ...

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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