## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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accumulate near the inner cylinder rather than being thrown towards the outer

cylinder, as occurs for a purely viscous

When a stream of viscous

...

accumulate near the inner cylinder rather than being thrown towards the outer

cylinder, as occurs for a purely viscous

**fluid**at sufficiently high rotational speeds.When a stream of viscous

**fluid**emerges from a vertical pipe its diameter tends to...

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18.5 Measurement of rheological properties of inelastic

return now to the question of how to obtain meaningful rheological data from

viscometric flow situations when the

general ...

18.5 Measurement of rheological properties of inelastic

**fluids**in Couette flow Wereturn now to the question of how to obtain meaningful rheological data from

viscometric flow situations when the

**fluid**is inelastic but non-Newtonian. Ingeneral ...

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The simplest solution applies for the case where the outer cylinder is of infinite

radius (i.e. the

of liquid, as in the Brookfield viscometer). In that case Sfc is zero, and

differentiation ...

The simplest solution applies for the case where the outer cylinder is of infinite

radius (i.e. the

**fluid**is driven by the motion of a bob immersed in a large volumeof liquid, as in the Brookfield viscometer). In that case Sfc is zero, and

differentiation ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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