## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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In this regard we note that in simulating the dynamical properties of a colloidal

system it is obviously not feasible to study the time evolution of the

between the ...

In this regard we note that in simulating the dynamical properties of a colloidal

system it is obviously not feasible to study the time evolution of the

**colloidal****particles**as well as the solvent molecules. Due to the very large differencebetween the ...

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In the simplest case of (partially) ionized monodisperse

and counterions (i = 2) without added salt, there will thus be a system of three

equations to solve. This is the so-called primitive model (PM), which may be

solved ...

In the simplest case of (partially) ionized monodisperse

**colloidal particles**(i = 1)and counterions (i = 2) without added salt, there will thus be a system of three

equations to solve. This is the so-called primitive model (PM), which may be

solved ...

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We are considering scattering by the

scattering having been measured separately and subtracted from the data. (We

shall return to this point shortly.) The double sum in eqn (14.3.6b) is thus over all

...

We are considering scattering by the

**colloidal particles**alone, the solventscattering having been measured separately and subtracted from the data. (We

shall return to this point shortly.) The double sum in eqn (14.3.6b) is thus over all

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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