## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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In most foam and emulsion systems the radius of

bubble surface is much larger than the range of the attractive and repulsive

surface forces and, hence, it is usually possible to treat the film as planar. Even in

cases ...

In most foam and emulsion systems the radius of

**curvature**of the droplet orbubble surface is much larger than the range of the attractive and repulsive

surface forces and, hence, it is usually possible to treat the film as planar. Even in

cases ...

Page 986

One can readily see the structures of low

spherical buds and invaginations which can separate as vesicles or liposomes;

indeed a whole host of convoluted structures can grow and decay in such

systems.

One can readily see the structures of low

**curvature**forming more or lessspherical buds and invaginations which can separate as vesicles or liposomes;

indeed a whole host of convoluted structures can grow and decay in such

systems.

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... 401 mayonnaise 3t mean

harmonic 239 ionic activity 257, 268, 343 particle size /2J.860 mean value

theorem 81 melt, polymer, constitutive equation for 1009 melting point effect of

... 401 mayonnaise 3t mean

**curvature**of a surface 239 geometric 125, 132harmonic 239 ionic activity 257, 268, 343 particle size /2J.860 mean value

theorem 81 melt, polymer, constitutive equation for 1009 melting point effect of

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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