## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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In the past two decades, therefore, concentrated colloidal dispersions have been

increasingly studied by a form of radiation which appears to interact only very

weakly with matter, namely

an ...

In the past two decades, therefore, concentrated colloidal dispersions have been

increasingly studied by a form of radiation which appears to interact only very

weakly with matter, namely

**neutrons**.**Neutron**scattering has proved to be suchan ...

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Thermal

thermal excitations in the sample, and a major use of

measure such excitations; an introduction to the measurement of time-dependent

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Thermal

**neutrons**, by definition, have energies comparable with those of dynamicthermal excitations in the sample, and a major use of

**neutron**scattering is tomeasure such excitations; an introduction to the measurement of time-dependent

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The extension of SANS to time-dependent measurements on the microscopic (f >

1 ns) timescale has become possible in recent years using a technique known as

The extension of SANS to time-dependent measurements on the microscopic (f >

1 ns) timescale has become possible in recent years using a technique known as

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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