## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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It was formerly assumed that a type (ii)

on the plot of surface charge versus p.d.i concentration. If the curves for different

...

It was formerly assumed that a type (ii)

**electrolyte**could be identified by its effecton the plot of surface charge versus p.d.i concentration. If the curves for different

**electrolyte**concentrations (Fig. 6.7.1) showed a common intersection point (c.i.p.)...

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12.6.2 Estimate the value of ejE0 from eqn (12.6.13) for the following system: eb

= 80f0;

the purpose of calculating |£| you may assume that e = £b in the compact region ...

12.6.2 Estimate the value of ejE0 from eqn (12.6.13) for the following system: eb

= 80f0;

**electrolyte**concentration = 0.1 M; V>o = 200mV and A = 0.1nm; z = 1. (Forthe purpose of calculating |£| you may assume that e = £b in the compact region ...

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The quantities nt and V are also related by Poisson's equation (Section 6.3): N

V2V = -2z,en,/£ (13.3.3) where the permittivity of the

spatially uniform. The sum in this expression represents the local free charge

density ...

The quantities nt and V are also related by Poisson's equation (Section 6.3): N

V2V = -2z,en,/£ (13.3.3) where the permittivity of the

**electrolyte**e is taken to bespatially uniform. The sum in this expression represents the local free charge

density ...

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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