## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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At positions corresponding to the location of the shells of neighbouring molecules

, the local

8 ( r ) > 1 . Between these shells , the local

At positions corresponding to the location of the shells of neighbouring molecules

, the local

**density**is higher than the average bulk**density**; hence at these points8 ( r ) > 1 . Between these shells , the local

**density**is lower than the bulk**density**...Page 700

Physically we can see how the large Q limit comes about . From eqns ( 11 . 6 . 6 )

and ( 11 . 7 . 12 ) we see that S ( Q ) is proportional to the susceptibility i ( Q )

which characterizes the

perturbation ...

Physically we can see how the large Q limit comes about . From eqns ( 11 . 6 . 6 )

and ( 11 . 7 . 12 ) we see that S ( Q ) is proportional to the susceptibility i ( Q )

which characterizes the

**density**response of the system to an externalperturbation ...

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Now , however , we have a model system to which our scaling argument applies ,

since all interactions are repulsive . Remembering that the MSA gives good

results at high

an ...

Now , however , we have a model system to which our scaling argument applies ,

since all interactions are repulsive . Remembering that the MSA gives good

results at high

**density**, we thus solve the low**density**case simply by constructingan ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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