## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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In fact the quantity measured is known as the intermediate scattering

Q , 1 ) which is related to the time dependent ( van Hove ) pair correlation

and at ...

In fact the quantity measured is known as the intermediate scattering

**function**, F (Q , 1 ) which is related to the time dependent ( van Hove ) pair correlation

**function**, G ( r , t ) by F ( Q , t ) = 1 + | dr exp ( - iQ . - ) [ G ( r , t ) – P ) ( 11 . 7 . 18 )and at ...

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8 Calculation of distribution

considering the average force between two molecules , one can obtain an exact

equation ( eqn ( 11 . 4 . 7 ) ) for the equilibrium pair distribution

8 Calculation of distribution

**functions**We have already seen in Section 11 . 4 byconsidering the average force between two molecules , one can obtain an exact

equation ( eqn ( 11 . 4 . 7 ) ) for the equilibrium pair distribution

**function**g ( r ) in ...Page 1054

pulsed Fourier transform n . m . r . spectroscopy , a short pulse of radio frequency

energy is injected into the sample and the resulting response as a

time is treated with equations like ( A7 . 3 ) to reconstruct the frequency spectrum .

pulsed Fourier transform n . m . r . spectroscopy , a short pulse of radio frequency

energy is injected into the sample and the resulting response as a

**function**oftime is treated with equations like ( A7 . 3 ) to reconstruct the frequency spectrum .

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### Contents

Contents of Volume I | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE STRUCTURE OF CONCENTRATED | 827 |

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