## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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layer the double layer is in a local equilibrium with the neighbouring electrolyte,

and contains that charge needed to maintain the

a point which greatly simplifies the calculation of electrokinetic effects in thin ...

layer the double layer is in a local equilibrium with the neighbouring electrolyte,

and contains that charge needed to maintain the

**electric**current balance. This isa point which greatly simplifies the calculation of electrokinetic effects in thin ...

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The

function of the particle curvature (and, in particular, Ka (Sections 6.3 and 9.11)).

Together these two terms result in a slight positive value for the free energy which

is ...

The

**electrical**charging term, on the other hand (J Vodo) is assumed to be afunction of the particle curvature (and, in particular, Ka (Sections 6.3 and 9.11)).

Together these two terms result in a slight positive value for the free energy which

is ...

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... depletion 485 of close approach 475 Donnan e.m.f. 372 Doppler broadening of

spectral lines 75f dot product of vectors 501 , 633 double bonds, effect on c.m.c.

570 double layer, see

... depletion 485 of close approach 475 Donnan e.m.f. 372 Doppler broadening of

spectral lines 75f dot product of vectors 501 , 633 double bonds, effect on c.m.c.

570 double layer, see

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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