## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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Hall ( 1978 ) shows , by a general thermodynamic argument , that for all points with the same Ti , the value of Mi - u is

Hall ( 1978 ) shows , by a general thermodynamic argument , that for all points with the same Ti , the value of Mi - u is

**constant**. It follows then ( Exercise 12.3.1 ) that at**constant**00 : zeya =**constant**– 2.303 kt pX ( 12.3.6 ) ...Page 860

... we average at

... we average at

**constant**charge density , 00 ,**constant**surface potential , Yo , or**constant**total charge , Z : Γα 22 ( ỹ ... ( 14.4.7b ) Γα στο [ γα σιδη**Constant**charge density ( 14.4.7c ) where 5 is the mean particle diameter .Page 1060

... number average 578 , 580 rate

... number average 578 , 580 rate

**constant**for micellization 609 see also equilibrium**constant**attapulgite 31 , 993 ; see also clay mineral attraction force electrostatic , between**constant**potential surfaces 414 influence on surface ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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