## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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... ineffective in observing correlations once global symmetry has been lost ; the figure gives no apparent indication of the fact that there is actually a highly preferred specific

... ineffective in observing correlations once global symmetry has been lost ; the figure gives no apparent indication of the fact that there is actually a highly preferred specific

**distance**between each particle and its neighbours .Page 834

14.1.3 Consider three latex particles interacting through a screened Coulomb pair potential U = ( exp ( - 7/10 ) ] / rij , where rij is the

14.1.3 Consider three latex particles interacting through a screened Coulomb pair potential U = ( exp ( - 7/10 ) ] / rij , where rij is the

**distance**between particles i and j . Fix two of the particles , and let the third move on a ...Page 1032

Measured angular velocity of neutrally buoyant small rigid spheres in a suspension undergoing Poiseuille flow , as a function of radial

Measured angular velocity of neutrally buoyant small rigid spheres in a suspension undergoing Poiseuille flow , as a function of radial

**distance**from the tube axis . The lines drawn are calculated from the equation wo = 2Qr / AR * where ...### 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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