## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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13 THE

double layer model 13 . 3 The

conditions 13 . 5 Double layer dynamics 13 . 5 . 1 Development of a double layer

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13 THE

**ELECTROKINETIC**EFFECTS 13 . 1 Introduction 13 . 2 The standarddouble layer model 13 . 3 The

**electrokinetic**equations 13 . 4 Boundaryconditions 13 . 5 Double layer dynamics 13 . 5 . 1 Development of a double layer

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The test involves the calculation , and measurement of a number of

effects on a well characterized suspension . The methods for carrying out such

calculations are outlined in Sections 13 . 3 – 13 . 7 . In Section 13 . 3 we set out ...

The test involves the calculation , and measurement of a number of

**electrokinetic**effects on a well characterized suspension . The methods for carrying out such

calculations are outlined in Sections 13 . 3 – 13 . 7 . In Section 13 . 3 we set out ...

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In the standard

the hydrodynamic particle surface , or ' shear plane ' as it is called , is

homogeneous , smooth , and impervious . Any adsorbed ions or water molecules

lying ...

In the standard

**electrokinetic**model of the double layer it is further assumed thatthe hydrodynamic particle surface , or ' shear plane ' as it is called , is

homogeneous , smooth , and impervious . Any adsorbed ions or water molecules

lying ...

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### Contents

Contents of Volume I | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE STRUCTURE OF CONCENTRATED | 827 |

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