## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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contains very little material . We shall see in Section 14 . 2 that the effective hard -

sphere approximation used above is in most cases not even qualitatively correct

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**example**, the suspension shows concentrated behaviour , even though itcontains very little material . We shall see in Section 14 . 2 that the effective hard -

sphere approximation used above is in most cases not even qualitatively correct

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The general methodology of such computations takes us well beyond the scope

of this book , and the interested reader is referred to Rose ( 1957 ) and Blum (

1972 ) ; a specific

The general methodology of such computations takes us well beyond the scope

of this book , and the interested reader is referred to Rose ( 1957 ) and Blum (

1972 ) ; a specific

**example**is given by Pynn ( 1975 ) . In the remainder of this ...Page 987

... acid at high temperatures . Many oils which one might wish to emulsify do not

have built in surface active ( i . e . polar ) groups . This is true , for

turpentine , the paraffins , and mineral oils , and for these it is often necessary to ...

... acid at high temperatures . Many oils which one might wish to emulsify do not

have built in surface active ( i . e . polar ) groups . This is true , for

**example**, ofturpentine , the paraffins , and mineral oils , and for these it is often necessary to ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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