## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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13 THE

doable layer model 13.3 The elect rokine tic equations 13.4 Boundary conditions

13.5 Double layer dynamics 13. 5. 1 Development of a double layer on a

conductor ...

13 THE

**ELECTROKINETIC**EFFECTS 13.1 Introduction 13.2 The standarddoable layer model 13.3 The elect rokine tic equations 13.4 Boundary conditions

13.5 Double layer dynamics 13. 5. 1 Development of a double layer on a

conductor ...

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assumptions in setting up the

we will outline these assumptions, and describe a procedure for testing their

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

assumptions in setting up the

**electrokinetic**equations. In the following section,we will outline these assumptions, and describe a procedure for testing their

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

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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 within ...

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 within ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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