## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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In order to be able to treat the translational

wavelength of the molecules ( Exercise 11 . 2 . 1 ) , a = h / ( mkT ) 2 must be small

compared to the mean interparticle spacing , p - 113 where p is the number of ...

In order to be able to treat the translational

**motion**classically , the de Brogliewavelength of the molecules ( Exercise 11 . 2 . 1 ) , a = h / ( mkT ) 2 must be small

compared to the mean interparticle spacing , p - 113 where p is the number of ...

Page 707

Indeed one is only interested in the solvent in that it provides the driving force for

the random Brownian

a colloidal dispersion simply as a collection of colloidal particles in which the ...

Indeed one is only interested in the solvent in that it provides the driving force for

the random Brownian

**motion**of the colloidal particle . Consequently one regardsa colloidal dispersion simply as a collection of colloidal particles in which the ...

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methods in micelle studies 607 processes 66 theory of electrokinetics 824 time

78 , 88 in fluid flow 508 , 1002 , 1009 in Brownian

shear 545 , 1003f , 1047 times , ( T , ) in micelles 613 repeptization 99 , 420

replication ...

methods in micelle studies 607 processes 66 theory of electrokinetics 824 time

78 , 88 in fluid flow 508 , 1002 , 1009 in Brownian

**motion**534 for particles inshear 545 , 1003f , 1047 times , ( T , ) in micelles 613 repeptization 99 , 420

replication ...

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### Contents

Contents of Volume I | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE STRUCTURE OF CONCENTRATED | 827 |

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