## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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1 Thermodynamics of dispersion and

Multicomponent systems 16.6 Calculation of interaction energy 16. 6 1 Creaming

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1 Thermodynamics of dispersion and

**coalescence**(a) Two pure liquids (b)Multicomponent systems 16.6 Calculation of interaction energy 16. 6 1 Creaming

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**coalescence**16.7 Surface dynamic processes and emulsion stability 16. 7.Page 920

The final form of emulsion is then chiefly determined by the relative rates of

fastest will form the continuous phase and the role of the emulsifier is determined

largely ...

The final form of emulsion is then chiefly determined by the relative rates of

**coalescence**of oil/oil and water/water droplets. The phase which coalescesfastest will form the continuous phase and the role of the emulsifier is determined

largely ...

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Schematic representation of the coagulation and

Activation energy barriers are assumed to occur against coagulation (AFJ^g) and

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Schematic representation of the coagulation and

**coalescence**of an emulsion.Activation energy barriers are assumed to occur against coagulation (AFJ^g) and

**coalescence**(AF^). The line indicates the situation with no barrier to coagulation...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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