## 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 , Po , to its momentum , p , in the

bulk

The refractive index , n , of any

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

bulk

**material**. Since po = m V , and the corresponding kinetic energy is m , v / 2 ...Page 1003

The

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

measured after an interval of 1 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 1 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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