## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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Adsorption isotherms

adsorbate. (A) Plateaux

pack. (B) Horizontal close pack only observed. (C) Vertical close pack on the

surface ...

Adsorption isotherms

**corresponding**to different possible configurations of theadsorbate. (A) Plateaux

**corresponding**to horizontal (II) and vertical (IV) closepack. (B) Horizontal close pack only observed. (C) Vertical close pack on the

surface ...

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The refractive index, n, of any material for a particular radiation is defined as the

ratio of the momentum of the radiation in vacuo, p0, to its momentum, p, in the

bulk material. Since pa = mnv0 and the

we ...

The refractive index, n, of any material for a particular radiation is defined as the

ratio of the momentum of the radiation in vacuo, p0, to its momentum, p, in the

bulk material. Since pa = mnv0 and the

**corresponding**kinetic energy is mnv\j2,we ...

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If the total 'solubility' of the oil in the aqueous detergent phase is plotted on the

same diagram, the region between the two curves

isotropic (transparent) microemulsion. Note that the solubility increases very ...

If the total 'solubility' of the oil in the aqueous detergent phase is plotted on the

same diagram, the region between the two curves

**corresponds**to an opticallyisotropic (transparent) microemulsion. Note that the solubility increases very ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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