## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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( 11 . 6 . 9 ) p ləp / pkt ! Hence : žQ = 0 ) = - p ? KT . ( 11 . 6 . 10 ) ( In view of the

probabilistic interpretation of g ( r ) one might think that the

dr should be equal to N - 1 rather than be related to the compressibility as

indicated ...

( 11 . 6 . 9 ) p ləp / pkt ! Hence : žQ = 0 ) = - p ? KT . ( 11 . 6 . 10 ) ( In view of the

probabilistic interpretation of g ( r ) one might think that the

**integral**41 Sr ? g ( r )dr should be equal to N - 1 rather than be related to the compressibility as

indicated ...

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However , as we saw in the derivation of the formula for the mobility , these

counterion density , which can be evaluated using the high zeta approximation (

13 .

However , as we saw in the derivation of the formula for the mobility , these

**integrals**can be combined into a single ... together with an**integral**involving thecounterion density , which can be evaluated using the high zeta approximation (

13 .

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The more accessible quantity is the structure factor S ( Q ) which can be obtained

from scattering experiments and which is related to g ( r ) by an

like ( A7 . 3 ) . Atkins ( 1978 pp . 734 - 739 ) gives a fairly detailed development ...

The more accessible quantity is the structure factor S ( Q ) which can be obtained

from scattering experiments and which is related to g ( r ) by an

**integral**equationlike ( A7 . 3 ) . Atkins ( 1978 pp . 734 - 739 ) gives a fairly detailed development ...

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### Contents

Contents of Volume I | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE STRUCTURE OF CONCENTRATED | 827 |

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