## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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For liquid water , the coordination number is about four and is almost

independent of temperature in the range 0 – 200 °C ( Narton and Levy 1972 ) .

Another familiar example of pair

bulk electrolyte ...

For liquid water , the coordination number is about four and is almost

independent of temperature in the range 0 – 200 °C ( Narton and Levy 1972 ) .

Another familiar example of pair

**correlation**functions is that between ions in abulk electrolyte ...

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5 Time - dependent

are in constant thermal agitation , we need some further concepts to describe

how ...

5 Time - dependent

**correlation**functions In Section 11 . 3 we dealt with spatial**correlations**in a liquid at some given instant in time . As the molecules in a liquidare in constant thermal agitation , we need some further concepts to describe

how ...

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Another way of representing

the idea of ' direct ' and ` indirect ' effects . The function h ( r ) = g ( r ) - 1 measures

the total

Another way of representing

**correlations**between molecules in a liquid also usesthe idea of ' direct ' and ` indirect ' effects . The function h ( r ) = g ( r ) - 1 measures

the total

**correlation**between two molecules . This**correlation**vanishes at ...### 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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