## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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Spreading (i.e. thinning) of the film will

since increasing the area of the ay and /3y interfaces at the expense of the ar/3

interface then lowers the energy. This process may continue indefinitely, until y is

...

Spreading (i.e. thinning) of the film will

**occur**if Sc is positive (i.e. yarP< yaf>)since increasing the area of the ay and /3y interfaces at the expense of the ar/3

interface then lowers the energy. This process may continue indefinitely, until y is

...

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Adding small quantities of oil evidently aids that aggregation process, so that it

detergent phase is plotted on the same diagram, the region between the two

curves ...

Adding small quantities of oil evidently aids that aggregation process, so that it

**occurs**at a lower temperature.) If the total 'solubility' of the oil in the aqueousdetergent phase is plotted on the same diagram, the region between the two

curves ...

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18.5.5 Taylor vortex development The equations of motion for the fluid in a

Couette viscometer are based on the assumption that the flow is laminar and

true if ...

18.5.5 Taylor vortex development The equations of motion for the fluid in a

Couette viscometer are based on the assumption that the flow is laminar and

**occurs**in a circular path around the axis. As noted in Section 9.7 this is no longertrue if ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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