## 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 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 ...

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2 ) , the actual

the interaction and become a function of D . A further complication occurs if the

approach is very rapid for then the adsorbed layers may not be able to establish

an ...

2 ) , the actual

**equilibrium**composition of those layers may well be affected bythe interaction and become a function of D . A further complication occurs if the

approach is very rapid for then the adsorbed layers may not be able to establish

an ...

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7 Non -

the

colleagues ( see Vrij 1964 and Rijnbout et al . 1974 ) show that the surfaces of

these ...

7 Non -

**equilibrium**effects In Sections 15 . 4 and 15 . 5 we have considered onlythe

**equilibrium**behaviour of the thin film . Light scattering studies by Vrij andcolleagues ( see Vrij 1964 and Rijnbout et al . 1974 ) show that the surfaces of

these ...

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### Contents

Contents of Volume I | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE STRUCTURE OF CONCENTRATED | 827 |

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