## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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To overcome this problem we consider systems which are only slightly disturbed

from the

expressions. This approximation, which greatly simplifies the calculation is

common to ...

To overcome this problem we consider systems which are only slightly disturbed

from the

**equilibrium**state; these terms can then be approximated by linearexpressions. This approximation, which greatly simplifies the calculation is

common to ...

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Exercise. 15.6.1 Establish eqn (15.6.5). 15.7 Non-

15.4 and 15.5 we have considered only the

Light scattering studies by Vrij and colleagues (see Vrij 1964 and Rijnbout et al.

Exercise. 15.6.1 Establish eqn (15.6.5). 15.7 Non-

**equilibrium**effects In Sections15.4 and 15.5 we have considered only the

**equilibrium**behaviour of the thin film.Light scattering studies by Vrij and colleagues (see Vrij 1964 and Rijnbout et al.

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These results were obtained using the oscillating jet method. Note that, for the

first millisecond or so, the surface tension is that of pure water and it takes of

order SO milliseconds to reach an

so that ...

These results were obtained using the oscillating jet method. Note that, for the

first millisecond or so, the surface tension is that of pure water and it takes of

order SO milliseconds to reach an

**equilibrium**value. (After Burcik 1953.) limitingso that ...

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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