## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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To proceed it is often assumed that the total potential energy of the system can be

simply written as a sum of interactions between every

system, that is t/(r,,r2, ... , I5v)= 2 «(l. ri)-

To proceed it is often assumed that the total potential energy of the system can be

simply written as a sum of interactions between every

**pair**of molecules in thesystem, that is t/(r,,r2, ... , I5v)= 2 «(l. ri)-

**pairs**(11.2.1) It is important, however, ...Page 681

In a monatomic liquid the lifetime over which any given

regarded as nearest neighbours is of the order of a few picoseconds. (See

Section 11.5.) Some examples of g(r) are given in Figs 11.3.1-11.3.3. The result

for ...

In a monatomic liquid the lifetime over which any given

**pair**of molecules can beregarded as nearest neighbours is of the order of a few picoseconds. (See

Section 11.5.) Some examples of g(r) are given in Figs 11.3.1-11.3.3. The result

for ...

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11.6 Applications of the

molecules, the co-ordination number and the average interaction free energy. A

further ...

11.6 Applications of the

**pair**distribution function We have already seen that the**pair**distribution functions g(r) contains information about the structure ofmolecules, the co-ordination number and the average interaction free energy. A

further ...

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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