## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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Vd =

the

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

by ...

Vd =

**constant**- 2.303 kT pX (12.3.6) where -Y is a potential determining ion andthe

**constant**is a function of a0. The (integral) capacity of the compact layer isagrin given by eqn (12.2.41) and for the case where the surface potential is given

by ...

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... size-averaged coupling, depending on whether we average at

density, a0,

/6]

... size-averaged coupling, depending on whether we average at

**constant**chargedensity, a0,

**constant**surface potential, ip„, or**constant**total charge, Z: f«Z2 [y<*Z2/6]

**Constant**total charge (14.4.7a) ...Page 1060

... 580 degree of, number average 578, 580 rate

see also equilibrium

force electrostatic, between

...

... 580 degree of, number average 578, 580 rate

**constant**for micellization 609see also equilibrium

**constant**attapulgitc 31, 993; see also clay mineral attractionforce electrostatic, between

**constant**potential surfaces 414 influence on surface...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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