## Foundations of Colloid Science, Volume 2 |

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Chapter 13 , on the other hand ,

electrokinetics , with a careful development of the time effects which occur when

a colloidal system is subjected to a transient or varying electric field . This is an ...

Chapter 13 , on the other hand ,

**presents**a new approach to the description ofelectrokinetics , with a careful development of the time effects which occur when

a colloidal system is subjected to a transient or varying electric field . This is an ...

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In what follows therefore , we can only describe the

, in the knowledge that , in all probability , some quite fundamental reappraisals

will occur in the not too distant future . 12.1.1 Adsorption isotherms on charged ...

In what follows therefore , we can only describe the

**present**state of development, in the knowledge that , in all probability , some quite fundamental reappraisals

will occur in the not too distant future . 12.1.1 Adsorption isotherms on charged ...

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Nevertheless , the time required to establish an equilibrium interfacial tension

can be quite long ( Fig . 17.2.1 ) , and it depends significantly on whether there is

a surfactant

Nevertheless , the time required to establish an equilibrium interfacial tension

can be quite long ( Fig . 17.2.1 ) , and it depends significantly on whether there is

a surfactant

**present**or not ( Curves B and C compared to A ) and whether the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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