## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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... the figure gives no apparent indication of the fact that there is actually a highly

preferred specific

should be kept very much in mind when looking at electron micrographs, for

example.) ...

... the figure gives no apparent indication of the fact that there is actually a highly

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**distance**between each particle and its neighbours. (Thisshould be kept very much in mind when looking at electron micrographs, for

example.) ...

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14.1.3 Consider three latex particles interacting through a screened Coulomb

pair potential U = [exp( — r^/Ad)]/^, where rit is the

and j. Fix two of the particles, and let the third move on a locus at any fixed

14.1.3 Consider three latex particles interacting through a screened Coulomb

pair potential U = [exp( — r^/Ad)]/^, where rit is the

**distance**between particles iand j. Fix two of the particles, and let the third move on a locus at any fixed

**distance**...Page 1032

Measured angular velocity of neutrally buoyant small rigid spheres in a

suspension undergoing Poiseuille flow, as a function of radial

tube axis. The lines drawn are calculated from the equation <u° = 2Qr/nR* where

the ...

Measured angular velocity of neutrally buoyant small rigid spheres in a

suspension undergoing Poiseuille flow, as a function of radial

**distance**from thetube axis. The lines drawn are calculated from the equation <u° = 2Qr/nR* where

the ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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