## Foundations of colloid science, Volume 2 |

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The experimental data can be obtained in various ways and ideally would

provide the following information: (i) the numbers of

p.d.i.) adsorbed per unit area (measured by the surface charge density, a0); (ii)

the ...

The experimental data can be obtained in various ways and ideally would

provide the following information: (i) the numbers of

**potential determining ions**(p.d.i.) adsorbed per unit area (measured by the surface charge density, a0); (ii)

the ...

Page 715

Show that the concentration when the surface is half covered is given by xla = K\

12.2 Adsorption of

adsorption at the mercury /solution interface, described in Section 6.4, the

electrical state ...

Show that the concentration when the surface is half covered is given by xla = K\

12.2 Adsorption of

**potential determining ions**In the classical studies ofadsorption at the mercury /solution interface, described in Section 6.4, the

electrical state ...

Page 719

In practice, however, we will distinguish the actual

Ag+ and I~ from their partners because measurements are normally done in the

presence of very small concentrations of the p.d.i, with a swamping concentration

of ...

In practice, however, we will distinguish the actual

**potential determining ions**,Ag+ and I~ from their partners because measurements are normally done in the

presence of very small concentrations of the p.d.i, with a swamping concentration

of ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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