## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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This variety of length scales is, in fact, probably the single most important feature

which distinguishes the physics of a

liquids discussed in Chapter 11. A case of particular importance is when one of ...

This variety of length scales is, in fact, probably the single most important feature

which distinguishes the physics of a

**colloidal dispersion**from that of the simpleliquids discussed in Chapter 11. A case of particular importance is when one of ...

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determined using eqn (14.5.2). ... The second limit is that in which the

particles are spherical, but form an anisotropic

crystal; eqn ...

**dispersion**, the nematic structure factor S(Q) (see Pynn, 1975) may bedetermined using eqn (14.5.2). ... The second limit is that in which the

**colloidal**particles are spherical, but form an anisotropic

**dispersion**such as a**colloidal**crystal; eqn ...

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Colloid Polym. Sci. 67, 71-83. Ottewill, R. H. (1982). Small Angle Neutron

Scattering. In

of Chemistry, London. Overbeek, J. Th. G. (1978a). Faraday Disc. 65, 7-19.

Overbeek ...

Colloid Polym. Sci. 67, 71-83. Ottewill, R. H. (1982). Small Angle Neutron

Scattering. In

**Colloidal dispersions**(ed. J. W. Goodwin) Chapter 7. Royal Societyof Chemistry, London. Overbeek, J. Th. G. (1978a). Faraday Disc. 65, 7-19.

Overbeek ...

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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