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(12.4.18) There are several possible

step is the estimation of the intrinsic complexing constants, * AT"",, which Davis et

al. (1978) and James and Parks (1982) estimate using the double extrapolation ...

(12.4.18) There are several possible

**procedures**for solving the model. The firststep is the estimation of the intrinsic complexing constants, * AT"",, which Davis et

al. (1978) and James and Parks (1982) estimate using the double extrapolation ...

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We examined very briefly (Exercise 9.7.6) the

effect in the case of a Newtonian fluid, provided that the yield value is exceeded

everywhere between the cylinders. The usual experimental

gap ...

We examined very briefly (Exercise 9.7.6) the

**procedure**for dealing with thiseffect in the case of a Newtonian fluid, provided that the yield value is exceeded

everywhere between the cylinders. The usual experimental

**procedure**in a wide-gap ...

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Note that this

the fluid. For a power law fluid (eqn (18.2.7)) it is apparent from eqn (18.6.21) that

b = 1/n (Exercise 18.6.4). Capillary viscometers may be constructed of glass ...

Note that this

**procedure**requires no assumptions about the viscous behaviour ofthe fluid. For a power law fluid (eqn (18.2.7)) it is apparent from eqn (18.6.21) that

b = 1/n (Exercise 18.6.4). Capillary viscometers may be constructed of glass ...

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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