## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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Solvent (a) -) and magnetic (- -) scattering amplitude densities for a typical cobalt

polarization analysis (see text). Note the difference in nuclear and magnetic radii

of the ...

Solvent (a) -) and magnetic (- -) scattering amplitude densities for a typical cobalt

**ferrofluid**dispersed in a hydrocarbon; the values were measured usingpolarization analysis (see text). Note the difference in nuclear and magnetic radii

of the ...

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Consider the case of our fully aligned

considered to be parallel to the applied field, H, so that there are no components

of the magnetization perpendicular to H. If Q is chosen to be parallel to H, there

will be no ...

Consider the case of our fully aligned

**ferro fluid**, in which the moment isconsidered to be parallel to the applied field, H, so that there are no components

of the magnetization perpendicular to H. If Q is chosen to be parallel to H, there

will be no ...

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In the present case, the sf scattering will provide direct information on the degree

of alignment of the

microscopic level. In the complementary geometry (Q || H), the only components

of S ...

In the present case, the sf scattering will provide direct information on the degree

of alignment of the

**ferrofluid**magnetization with the applied field at themicroscopic level. In the complementary geometry (Q || H), the only components

of S ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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