## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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{Experimental data from van der Put and Bijsterbosch 1980, 1983). conclude that

the standard double layer model is inappropriate, at least for this particular

It should be noted that McDonogh and Hunter (1983) also drew attention to a ...

{Experimental data from van der Put and Bijsterbosch 1980, 1983). conclude that

the standard double layer model is inappropriate, at least for this particular

**latex**.It should be noted that McDonogh and Hunter (1983) also drew attention to a ...

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Experimental and calculated coagulation pressure as a function of electrolyte

concentration for the

values were calculated by Bensley and Hunter (1983) using the lattice

summation ...

Experimental and calculated coagulation pressure as a function of electrolyte

concentration for the

**latex**MW 10 studied by Meijer el al. (1978). The theoreticalvalues were calculated by Bensley and Hunter (1983) using the lattice

summation ...

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Comparison of g(r) against r/6 calculated by two different methods for a

dispersion at volume fraction <p=1.2xl0"* in 10~6moldm"3 salt. The

diameter is 6 = 90 nm and the surface potential is 230 m V. Data computed by (□

) Brownian ...

Comparison of g(r) against r/6 calculated by two different methods for a

**latex**dispersion at volume fraction <p=1.2xl0"* in 10~6moldm"3 salt. The

**latex**diameter is 6 = 90 nm and the surface potential is 230 m V. Data computed by (□

) Brownian ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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