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12.4.3 Establish eqn (12.4.19), using Exercise (12.4.2). [Hint: To establish (12.4.

19) first show that Hb = exp(V)N + v); *1C£, = exp(A - n); *K£ = exp(-A-n).] 12.4.4

Use the following set of

obtain ...

12.4.3 Establish eqn (12.4.19), using Exercise (12.4.2). [Hint: To establish (12.4.

19) first show that Hb = exp(V)N + v); *1C£, = exp(A - n); *K£ = exp(-A-n).] 12.4.4

Use the following set of

**parameters**in the amphoteric site binding model toobtain ...

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The

in the plane of adsorption. Koopal argues that this formulation is more consistent

thermodynamically because it separates the ideal adsorption behaviour from the

...

The

**parameter**YA is a reduced potential ( = !FipA/RT) where ipA is the potentialin the plane of adsorption. Koopal argues that this formulation is more consistent

thermodynamically because it separates the ideal adsorption behaviour from the

...

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The ionic strength and volume fractions are known experimental

the surface potential in this system was evaluated by extensive computer

simulation modelling of the data (van Megen and Snook 1977). Further, the

particle ...

The ionic strength and volume fractions are known experimental

**parameters**, andthe surface potential in this system was evaluated by extensive computer

simulation modelling of the data (van Megen and Snook 1977). Further, the

particle ...

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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