## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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Therefore (pg{rx, r^dVy is the conditional probability of observing a

the volume element dV2 located at r2, ... (11.3.4) Therefore pg(r) may be

regarded as the local density of

origin of the ...

Therefore (pg{rx, r^dVy is the conditional probability of observing a

**molecule**inthe volume element dV2 located at r2, ... (11.3.4) Therefore pg(r) may be

regarded as the local density of

**molecules**given a**molecule**is located at theorigin of the ...

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any given

...

any given

**molecule**. By a similar argument, this shell of first nearest neighbour**molecules**also forces the existence of a shell of second nearest neighbour**molecules**. However, as one goes further from the central**molecule**, correlations...

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Imagine the situation when two

collisions with all other

consequently the average force between the two

now the ...

Imagine the situation when two

**molecules**are far apart. Each**molecule**sufferscollisions with all other

**molecules**in the system equally on all sides, andconsequently the average force between the two

**molecules**is zero. Considernow the ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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