## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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The behaviour Of surfactants is quite different on hydrophobic surfaces (like Agl)

compared to

treated separately (Fuerstenau 1971). Clay minerals, which are of fundamental ...

The behaviour Of surfactants is quite different on hydrophobic surfaces (like Agl)

compared to

**hydrophilic**surfaces (like the oxides) and the two cases will betreated separately (Fuerstenau 1971). Clay minerals, which are of fundamental ...

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On a hydrophobic surface, increasing the size of the

HLB (Section 16.3.1)) decreases the amount of adsorption. On a

surface one might expect the opposite to occur but that is not so obvious since

the ...

On a hydrophobic surface, increasing the size of the

**hydrophilic**moiety (i.e. theHLB (Section 16.3.1)) decreases the amount of adsorption. On a

**hydrophilic**surface one might expect the opposite to occur but that is not so obvious since

the ...

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1974b) they develop a model in which the hydrocarbon moiety lies flat on the

surface whilst the more

some average angle to the surface, determined by the thermal diffusion and

solvation ...

1974b) they develop a model in which the hydrocarbon moiety lies flat on the

surface whilst the more

**hydrophilic**(e.g. ethylene oxide) moiety is oriented atsome average angle to the surface, determined by the thermal diffusion and

solvation ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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