## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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micellization (Chapter 10). Above the critical micellization concentration (c.m.c)

the activity of the solute remains essentially constant, so the adsorption does not

proceed ...

**Curve**X occurs when the adsorbate is a surfactant which can undergomicellization (Chapter 10). Above the critical micellization concentration (c.m.c)

the activity of the solute remains essentially constant, so the adsorption does not

proceed ...

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18.2.3

narrow gap width (RJRC — 1) so that the shear rate remains essentially constant

across the gap. There are, however, situations in which that is not possible and

one ...

18.2.3

**curve**(4) or (5)) the simplest procedure is to use a viscometer with anarrow gap width (RJRC — 1) so that the shear rate remains essentially constant

across the gap. There are, however, situations in which that is not possible and

one ...

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18.2.3

range of shear rates in a wide gap viscometer (Fig. 18.5.3). They also show how

the more elaborate models of Table 18.1 can be used to derive reliable

rheological ...

18.2.3

**curve**(5)) or even pseudoplastic (**curve**(2)), if examined over a narrowrange of shear rates in a wide gap viscometer (Fig. 18.5.3). They also show how

the more elaborate models of Table 18.1 can be used to derive reliable

rheological ...

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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