## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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The values of K2, from eqn (12.6.8)

11.5; Ca2+ = 8.5(A); Ni2+ =7.5; Co2+ =6.0; Ba2+ = 5.5(D); and Sr2+ =5.0(0). (

From the work of Lau et at. 1981) (12.3.14) with A = 0.2 nm) is in excellent

agreement ...

The values of K2, from eqn (12.6.8)

**obtained**from plots of this sort are: Mn2+ =11.5; Ca2+ = 8.5(A); Ni2+ =7.5; Co2+ =6.0; Ba2+ = 5.5(D); and Sr2+ =5.0(0). (

From the work of Lau et at. 1981) (12.3.14) with A = 0.2 nm) is in excellent

agreement ...

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The curves represent computed values

see Chapter 9), while the broken lines are the thin double-layer approximation.

The Ka = °° line is Smoluchowski's result. (From O'Brien and Hunter 1981).

Values ...

The curves represent computed values

**obtained**by O'Brien and White (1978) (see Chapter 9), while the broken lines are the thin double-layer approximation.

The Ka = °° line is Smoluchowski's result. (From O'Brien and Hunter 1981).

Values ...

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The values for random arrays used in the interpretation of the measurements

were

particle volume fraction. The potentials

13.1, ...

The values for random arrays used in the interpretation of the measurements

were

**obtained**by interpolating between the three cubic arrays to the appropriateparticle volume fraction. The potentials

**obtained**in this way are listed in Table13.1, ...

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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