## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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PREFACE This volume continues the philosophy and format of Volume I. Again I

am indebted to my Australian collaborators for their untiring efforts to provide me

with suitable

PREFACE This volume continues the philosophy and format of Volume I. Again I

am indebted to my Australian collaborators for their untiring efforts to provide me

with suitable

**material**. In this case I was able to rely more heavily than ever on ...Page 847

The refractive index, n, of any

ratio of the momentum of the radiation in vacuo, p0, to its momentum, p, in the

bulk

we ...

The refractive index, n, of any

**material**for a particular radiation is defined as theratio of the momentum of the radiation in vacuo, p0, to its momentum, p, in the

bulk

**material**. Since pa = mnv0 and the corresponding kinetic energy is mnv\j2,we ...

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The

is assumed that after each successive change of shear rate, the shear stress is

measured after an interval of t seconds and the resulting points are joined by a ...

The

**material**is assumed to have a relaxation time of about 10-20 seconds and itis assumed that after each successive change of shear rate, the shear stress is

measured after an interval of t seconds and the resulting points are joined by a ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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