## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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11.7.2 Justify eqn (11.7.9) from the previous

scale of molecular motion with the time taken for light to pass through a scattering

cell. 11.7.4 Verify eqn (11.7.19). 11.8 Calculation of distribution functions We ...

11.7.2 Justify eqn (11.7.9) from the previous

**equation**. 11.7.3**Compare**the timescale of molecular motion with the time taken for light to pass through a scattering

cell. 11.7.4 Verify eqn (11.7.19). 11.8 Calculation of distribution functions We ...

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12.2.1); (ii) the Poisson-Boltzmann

layer; (iii) a procedure is available to ... of valence z„ in the presence of a z:z

supporting electrolyte, will be governed by the following

...

12.2.1); (ii) the Poisson-Boltzmann

**equation**applies in the solution outside of thislayer; (iii) a procedure is available to ... of valence z„ in the presence of a z:z

supporting electrolyte, will be governed by the following

**equations**(**compare**with...

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... by eqn (12.2.41) and for the case where the surface potential is given by the

Nernst

Nernst

plotting ...

... by eqn (12.2.41) and for the case where the surface potential is given by the

Nernst

**equation**(Exercise 12.3.1): [2.303 ... which are expected to obey theNernst

**equation**(**compare**with Section 12.2.10), eqn (12.3.7) can be tested byplotting ...

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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