## 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...

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13 ) for the following system : Eb = 80€o ;

200 mV and A = 0 . 1 nm ; z = 1 . ( For the purpose of calculating \ El you may

assume that ε = Ep in the compact region . ) Repeat the calculation for Wo = 100

...

13 ) for the following system : Eb = 80€o ;

**electrolyte**concentration = 0 . 1 M ; 4 . =200 mV and A = 0 . 1 nm ; z = 1 . ( For the purpose of calculating \ El you may

assume that ε = Ep in the compact region . ) Repeat the calculation for Wo = 100

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3 ) i = 1 where the permittivity of the

The sum in this expression represents the local free charge density , the

summation being carried out over the N ionic species in the

3 ) i = 1 where the permittivity of the

**electrolyte**ε is taken to be spatially uniform .The sum in this expression represents the local free charge density , the

summation being carried out over the N ionic species in the

**electrolyte**. In most ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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