## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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The coefficients calculated using the electrophoresis ^-potentials were found to

be considerably lower than the

showed that for two of the three latices, this discrepancy could be largely ...

The coefficients calculated using the electrophoresis ^-potentials were found to

be considerably lower than the

**measured**values. In a later paper Saville (1983)showed that for two of the three latices, this discrepancy could be largely ...

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Table 13.1 Comparison of ^-potentials obtained by electrokinetic type

der Put and Bijsterbosch 1980, 1983). conclude that the standard double layer

model is ...

Table 13.1 Comparison of ^-potentials obtained by electrokinetic type

**measurements**and conductance**measurements**. {Experimental data from vander Put and Bijsterbosch 1980, 1983). conclude that the standard double layer

model is ...

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This length may be thought of as the ruler with which we

the dispersion, and apparently different dispersions may often have identical

structures when each is

seen ...

This length may be thought of as the ruler with which we

**measure**distances inthe dispersion, and apparently different dispersions may often have identical

structures when each is

**measured**with its own particular ruler. We have alreadyseen ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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