## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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Thus if Fav ( n ) is the average

distance r ( averaged over all configurations of the rest of the molecules in the

system ) then the reversible work , W ( r ) needed to move the two molecules from

a ...

Thus if Fav ( n ) is the average

**force**between two molecules separated by adistance r ( averaged over all configurations of the rest of the molecules in the

system ) then the reversible work , W ( r ) needed to move the two molecules from

a ...

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Each molecule suffers collisions with all other molecules in the system equally on

all sides , and consequently the average

. Consider now the configuration in which the two molecular centres are 1 - 12 ...

Each molecule suffers collisions with all other molecules in the system equally on

all sides , and consequently the average

**force**between the two molecules is zero. Consider now the configuration in which the two molecular centres are 1 - 12 ...

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4 ) D dt Note that F > O corresponds to a repulsive

that in eqn ( 15 . 3 . 4 ) the hydrodynamic

drag on a sphere of radius R ( - 6anR dD / dt ) amplified by a factor ( R / D ) which

is ...

4 ) D dt Note that F > O corresponds to a repulsive

**force**. It is interesting to notethat in eqn ( 15 . 3 . 4 ) the hydrodynamic

**force**has the appearance of a Stokesdrag on a sphere of radius R ( - 6anR dD / dt ) amplified by a factor ( R / D ) which

is ...

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### Contents

Contents of Volume I | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE STRUCTURE OF CONCENTRATED | 827 |

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